This publication not only summarizes the good practices and lessons learned from the project countries but also highlights the task ahead to up-scale from model projects to countrywide activities on school safety.

This publication not only summarizes the good practices and lessons learned from the project countries but also highlights the task ahead to up-scale from model projects to countrywide activities on school safety.

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This document presents the results of a partnership between the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) the Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme and the University of the South Pacific. It presents the issues and requirements that Pacific islands face regarding the impacts of climate change on food sources and water.

On September 23 and 24, people in the Fijian capital, Suva, were treated to a unique film festival. The films on show were about climate change affecting the Pacific Ocean islands. The festival was rganized by the iucn, the Pacific Regional Environment Programme

A new iguana has been discovered in the central regions of Fiji.

The species, Brachylophus bulabula, joins only two other living Pacific iguana species, one of which is critically endangered. The scientific name bulabula is a doubling of bula, the Fijian word for hello.

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The Pacific island nations of Tuvalu, Kiribati, Nauru, Niue, the Marshall Islands and the Cook Islands have one thing in common: they may all be wiped out in 50 years. Because climate change has

Fiji has enforced nationwide restrictions on the use of water as the country is fighting with the worst drought in recorded history. Those people who are caught washing vehicles, buildings,

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Tests conducted by us scientists on sea sponges collected from Fiji's waters have brought to light their potentially cancer fighting properties. But Fijian scientists are worried that the country's

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