Sunday, August 20, 2017
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Climate Home is a contributor to the PACNEWS wire service of the Pacific Islands' News Association (PINA).

Fiji presidency must not fail climate change victims at “Pacific COP”

Small island states are exposed to the first and worst impacts of climate change, a problem they did almost nothing to cause.

UN climate fund criticised for accrediting growing list of private banks

Nacpil said public institutions and NGOs prioritise adaptation projects which are financed to help poor countries cope with climate change impacts.

Vulnerable nations call on G20 to end fossil fuel subsidies by 2020

Climate vulnerable developing nations have called on the G20 to finally set a date – preferably 2020 – for a phase out of fossil fuel subsidies.
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Time To Unite Behind Paris Climate Deal: UN Boss

Ban Ki-moon sets a timetable for world leaders.
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Tuvalu’s Mangrove QR Code

The tiny Pacific island nation of Tuvalu has revealed plans to plant a mangrove forest in the shape of a QR code in a bid...
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Paris Climate Deal Approval On Course

At least 50 countries look set to ratify by the end of the year.

Trump Threat Ignored At UN Climate Talks

Donald Trump has taken another swipe at the global deal to slow climate change. But delegates at UN talks in Bonn have chosen to ignore him.
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Island States Lead Push For Climate Action

Small island nations have the most to lose from the immediate effects of climate change. But will their pleas be heard on the world stage?
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Climate Chief Warns Countries To Act Fast

Do you think countries are doing enough to fight climate change? The UN's climate chief warns they must act faster. Here's why.