Too Many Unknowns: Academic warns against sea-bed mining

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

Times when the International Community failed to address Climate Change

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

Disappearing Solomon Islands

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