"I have attended numerous international meetings on climate change for the better part of a decade and I have never felt as sad, embarrassed, and disillusioned as I did last week in Funafuti, Tuvalu."
Read our Director Phil Glendenning's Opinion piece in the Canberra Times this morning, where he shares his thoughts on the recent Pacific Islands Forum.
A breakdown in Australia-Pacific relations would be a self-made tragedy by Phil Glendenning
Friday 16 August 2019
Despite strong recent statements from a number of Pacific island leaders about the importance of curbing Australia’s coal mining activities, the final Pacific Islands Forum (PIF) 2019 Communique, including the Kainaki II Declaration, is a significantly weakened version than had been hoped for by many.Read more
Monday 12 August 2019
Prime Minister Scott Morrison's expected announcement of a $500 million climate finance package for the Pacific confirms the Australian Government's failure to act on the central component of Pacific leaders’ requests- strong and urgent climate action by Australia.