Climate

Violence erupts in New Caledonia as independence supporters oppose legislation in Paris

Macron’s plan has backfired. But there can be no sustainable solution without cooperation of all parties, writes a former Australian diplomat in New Caledonia. ANALYSIS: By Denise Fisher Monday night saw...

Curfew in New Caledonia after Kanak pro-independence riots over French voting change plan

By Stephen Wright and Stefan Armbruster French authorities have imposed a curfew on New Caledonia’s capital Nouméa and banned...

Caitlin Johnstone: Using a fictional antisemitism crisis to support a real genocide

COMMENTARY: By Caitlin Johnstone One of the most frustrating things happening in the world right now is the way...

On second anniversary of Shireen Abu Akleh killing, press advocates push for justice

Advocates say the lack of accountability in Al Jazeera journalist’s killing reflects a pattern of impunity in Israel’s...

Former Fiji PM Voreqe Bainimarama jailed over block of USP police probe

RNZ Pacific Former Fiji Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama has been sentenced to one year in prison, Fiji media are...

Time to get in quick for the fast looming deadline for Pacific media conference

Asia Pacific Report Time is running out for media people and academics wanting to tell their innovative story or present research at the 2024 Pacific...

Earthwise talks to David Robie on Pacific issues and news media

Pacific Media Watch Earthwise presenters Lois and Martin Griffiths on Plains FM 96.9 community radio talk to Dr David Robie, a New Zealand author, independent...

Tuvalu residents fight for their home in face of worsening tides and climate crisis

By Monika Singh of Wansolwara The fourth smallest country in the world with a population of just over 11,000 people —  Tuvalu — fears being...

Human rights group wants climate mobility justice on COP28 agenda

By Eleisha Foon A new legal framework to support climate-displaced people and guarantee their human rights is being served up ahead of COP28. The United Nations...

Slow solutions to fast-moving ecological crises won’t work – changing basic human behaviours must come first

ANALYSIS: By Mike Joy and Phoebe Barnard As the world grapples with multiple ecological crises, it’s clear the various responses over the past half century...

Media education group, union protest over police demand for ABC ‘inside story’ climate footage

Pacific Media Watch The Journalism Education and Research Association of Australia (JERAA) says it is “deeply concerned” at reports that Western Australian police are demanding...