Samoa advances in climate change adaptation

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Pacific Environment Weekly The issues that matter Samoa advances in climate change adaptation 16/09/2009 04:01 By Cherelle Jackson APIA – Samoa today officiated the links between health, agriculture, meterology and climate change towards an effort

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Australia to help Pacific island nations deal with climate change

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Pacific Environment Weekly The issues that matter Australia to help Pacific island nations deal with climate change 16/09/2009 04:02 CANBERRA - Half the populations of these island countries are lying in the path of coastal inundation. Prime Ministe

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Pacific Environment Weekly

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ped for almost two weeks to survey and assess the situation of flora and fauna in the uplands of Savai’i. Read More New report offers insights into climate change in Samoa APIA: The landmark, peer-reviewed publication,  Climate Change in the Pacif

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News

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tists failed to sight the species during a recent Savai’i uplands forest survey. The situation is so dire for Samoa’s native... New insights into climate change in Samoa 06/11/2012 12:16   MNRE/CSIRO: New research providing critical information

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Small islands welcome support for temperature limit

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sius (°C). Speaking at a seminar in New York yesterday to prepare vulnerable country negotiators for upcoming talks in the lead-up to the crucial UN Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen this December, Ambassador Dessima Williams, Permanent Repres

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Condom shortage said to worsen climate impact

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By Jim Efstathiou Jr. (Bloomberg) -- Unwanted pregnancies in poor countries have led to higher demand for land and water, resources already taxed by climate change, according to research to be published by the World Health Organization. Runaway popu

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Paradigm shift needed in adaptation in Samoa

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e table and the whole family is fed, is how the majority of Samoans operate. But such an attitude may need a little shift with the visible impacts of climate change albeit gradual in it’s appearance. Climate Change Officer of the United Nations Dev

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Paradigm shift, needed in climate change adaptation in Samoa

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Environment Weekly The issues that matter Paradigm shift, needed in climate change adaptation in Samoa 2009-09-21 08:38 By Cherelle Jackson APIA- Living for each day, to ensure there is food on the table and the whole family is fed, is how the major

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Disease outbreaks feared in tsunami zone

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or relief workers trying to bring them water and supplies. North said that some villagers were too scared to return and in many cases the tsunami had changed the landscape and scoured away the land on which their homes and gardens once stood. Paneta

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Making climate change a sexy story

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Pacific Environment Weekly The issues that matter Making climate change a sexy story 23/09/2009 18:15 By Cherelle Jackson APIA - Climate change stories rarely make front page and breaking news in the Pacific, at least not locally generated news item

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