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They’re chipping away against climate change

Monday 11 September 2017 | Published in Local

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They’re chipping away against climate change
Niue Island Organic Farmers' Association project coordinator Alana Tukuniu with a basic composting operation that will benefi t from the project. 17090831

This weekly column is supplied by Te Ipukarea Society. It deals with conservation and environmental issues of interest to the Cook Islands. In late August Te Ipukarea Society’s Kelvin Passfield travelled to Niue to work until early September with the Niue Island Organic Farmers Association (NIOFA) to develop a climate change adaptation project.

This weekly column is supplied by Te Ipukarea Society. It deals with conservation and environmental issues of interest to the Cook Islands. In late August Te Ipukarea Society’s Kelvin Passfield travelled to Niue to work until early September with the Niue Island Organic Farmers Association (NIOFA) to develop a climate change adaptation project.


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