UN Ocean Conference 2025 (UNOC 2025)

The Assembly adopted by consensus the draft resolution “2025 United Nations Conference to Support the Implementation of Sustainable Development Goal 14: Conserve and sustainably use the oceans, seas and marine resources for sustainable development”,…

Our Ocean 2024 Conference

9TH OUR OCEAN CONFERENCE GREECE 2024 The ocean plays a key role in human existence; it is essential for our survival and prosperity. It provides food, regulates our climate, and generates most of the oxygen we breathe. It also serves much of the world’s…

2024 Ocean Decade Conference

2023 UN Climate Change Conference (UNFCCC COP 28)

​The 28th session of the Conference of the Parties (COP 28) to the UNFCCC will convene from 30 November to 12 December 2023. It will take place in the United Arab Emirates.    BRINGING THE INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY TOGETHER AT THE CROSSROADS OF THE WORLD  

Virtual Talanoa: Strengthening Ocean Leadership through Intergenerational Learnings

Empowering Pacific ECOPs through Knowledge Exchange: Join Our Virtual Event with Early Career Ocean Professionals (ECOPs).

Preserving Pacific Heritage: Honouring Ocean Wisdom

The existential threat climate change poses to Pacific nations presented at International Tribunal

Photo: The Republic of the Marshall Islands Climate Change Envoy Kathy Jetnil-Kijiner at the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea (ITLOS)  

Careers in ocean science beckons to young Pacific women

Kite Pareti, Islands Business Pacific young women are taking a greater interest in protecting our oceans for the future. At last week’s inaugural conference on ocean science and ocean management in Nadi, Fiji, Tanga Morris Jnr, 26, said that while…

Palau Targets 100% managed ocean space

By Ngewakl Issac Soaladaob, Island Times Amid challenges heightened by the COVID-19 pandemic and discussions about the possibility of opening its marine sanctuary, which currently protects 80% of its waters, the Palau Government unveiled a bold objective…

Plastic Crisis: Cannot Be Business As Usual Anymore

By Inoke Rabonu, Fiji Sun EXPERT SAYS IF NOTHING IS DONE, WE WILL CONTINUE TO DROWN IN PLASTICS EVEN MORE THAN WE ARE NOW | ‘Turn off the tap and lessen the number of plastics that are being imported and used’.
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