Sea-bed mining is as expensive as space exploration and this means small Pacific Island Countries will not dominate if mining the sea-bed is to be allowed, said the University of the South Pacific's (USP) marine expert Peter Nuttall. Nuttall, a senior lecturer at USP's School of Marine Studies, said this meant that Pacific nations would…Read more Too Many Unknowns: Academic warns against sea-bed mining
Tropical Cyclone Winston, which destructed nearly half of Fiji's geographic structure, is still embedded as a huge fear within the hearts of many Rakiraki citizens. The road to Rakiraki which was once filled with severely damaged forests, completely blown homes, broken power lines and damage bridges, is now being rebuild by various officials and people…Read more Tropical Cyclone Winston Recovery for families in Rakiraki
There has been incidents in the past which made a couple of climate summits a huge fail in world history. However, the mistakes which were once made are not repeated; knowing the reality about the impacts of climate change, the international community is doing its part to 'curb' climate change. But just a quick thought-wouldn't…Read more Times when the International Community failed to address Climate Change
Last Friday I came across a friend who was telling me about Tuvalu's petition against climate change in conjunction with LG Smart TV. I got curious as to how this petition worked and she (my journo colleague Chris) sent me a video which had been circulating around Facebook for quite some time lately (meanwhile I…Read more LGsmart.TV: Petition for Tuvalu?
Solomon Islands, also known as one of the Pacific's unspoiled paradise, is a group of 1000 green islands which lie scattered within a dazzling sea. As described by one of my journo colleagues Travis, the Solomons is a unique blend of cultures, clear blue waters and warm sandy beaches. "The ocean in Solomons is so…Read more Disappearing Solomon Islands
Kiribati, an Island nation of the Pacific with an average of two meters above sea level is one of major target of climate change. Being an Island nation with a 'strange' geographic feature, Kiribati is a stretch of thirty three atoll islands across the Pacific Ocean and the islands are so low, that from the…Read more Kiribati Crisis: Our Cry for Help
So here I find myself on posting day, a vast expanse of empty screen in front of my eyes and a vast expanse of empty brain behind them. Yet despite my complete lack of a suitable topic for my blog, I feel no unease. This is because my entire stock of unease has long since…Read more The Secret of Blogging (reblog)