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While many are still sceptical of climate change, it is undeniable that something in the air, and in the ocean, is changing in the Cook Islands.

Climate change an opportunity

Tuesday July 14, 2015

Tackling climate change could be the greatest global health opportunity, and Climate Change Cook Islands couldn’t agree more.

A workshop held in Rarotonga this week is introducing a new training project to the people of the Cook Islands.  

With expert advice, the Cook Islands government is identifying skills to support sustainable energy and climate change adaption.

MORE rainfall has been recorded on Rarotonga this year compared to the same period last year.

THERE is a greater possibility of cyclones during El Nino years, says Professor Fes de Scally.

The wet and cold weather that has hit the southern Cook Islands is not expected to end anytime soon.

With local climate change projects on track for 2015, the government is hopeful that the Cook Islands will stand a better chance at facing climate issues.

Authorities on agriculture from across the South Pacific rallied together in Papua New Guinea last week to get ‘climate smart’.

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