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Environment

Seabed meetings move to Mangaia

Friday December 14, 2018

The community on the island of Mangaia was the first in the Pa Enua (outer islands) to receive the latest seabed minerals update presentation on Wednesday last week, in the meeting house in the main village of Oneroa.

Rarotonga is now on a Level 3 water warning for drought, says Infrastructure Cook Islands.

PEARL project hold inception workshop

Wednesday December 12, 2018

Key representatives from government agencies, civil society and non-government organisations (NGOs) gathered on Thursday last week for the Pa Enua Action for Resilient Livelihoods (PEARL) inception workshop at the USP Campus.

Bin promotion winners chosen

Wednesday December 12, 2018

The Infrastructure Cook Islands and Tindall Foundation “Bin to Win” competition has wrapped up – and the winners proved hard to choose, say the organisers.

Some people accuse Marae Moana, the Cook Islands’ marine park, of being spineless.

This weekly column is contributed by Te Ipukarea Society. It deals with conservation and environment matters of interest to the Cook Islands.

Climate change finance on COP24 agenda

Saturday December 08, 2018

Funding for both mitigating climate change and adapting to its impacts continues to be an important issue for the Cook Islands at the 24th Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC COP24), now being held in Katowice, Poland.

Negotiating for a better future...

Wednesday December 05, 2018

The Cook Islands voice is being put forward at the UN Climate Change conference in Katowice, Poland by a strong team of experienced negotiators. 

Blue invader no threat to humans

Thursday November 29, 2018

Thousands of small blue jellyfish-like creatures known as “By-the-Wind Sailor” were spotted washed ashore along the beach between the Fishing Club and Club Raro yesterday.

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