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Cook Islands gets $3million grant to fight climate change

Wednesday 9 May 2018 | Published in Environment

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Cook Islands gets $3million grant to fight climate change
Communities in the northern group are expected to be the main beneficiaries of the grant money. Pictured here is a hydroponic nursery in Pukapuka. PHOTO: Lucky Topetai (SRIC Focal Point). 18050783

The Cook Islands has received a $3million grant “to help build the resilience of its residents and protect their livelihoods from disasters and climate change”.

The Cook Islands has received a $3million grant “to help build the resilience of its residents and protect their livelihoods from disasters and climate change”.


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