Pacific Calling Partnership

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The Pacific Calling Partnership (PCP) began in May 2006 in recognition of the negative impacts climate change was having on the peoples of Kiribati, Tuvalu and islands of the Torres Strait.

We are committed to listening to what islanders are saying about imminent threats to their way of life and collaborating with them in passing this important message on.

The PCP strives to facilitate links between concerned people in Australia and Pacific Islands that are the most vulnerable to the impacts of climate change.

 

Read the open letter published in The Sydney Morning Herald on 1 December 2020 by high profile Pacific leaders urging Prime Minister Scott Morrison to take urgent climate action to ensure that Australia meets its international climate commitments ahead of the upcoming United Nations Climate Ambition Summit on 12 December 2020.

 

Submission to the House of Representatives Environment and Energy Committee on
Climate Change by Maria Tiimon Chi-Fang on behalf of the Pacific Calling Partnership
 

 

Hon. Rt Enele Sopoaga (former Prime Minister of Tuvalu) - Opinion Piece, Canberra Times 17 August 2020


A COVID-19 Message to the Pacific

 

About our Australian Pasifika Climate Leadership Program (August to December 2020)



Read our latest Media Releases:

PACIFIC CLIMATE VOICE IN VATICAN - ERC APPLAUDS AUSTRALIAN EMBASSY

AUSTRALIA MUST URGENTLY RAMP UP PACIFIC COVID-19 ASSISTANCE

AUSTRALIA FAVOURS SELF-INTEREST AND COAL OVER PACIFIC NATIONS' SURVIVAL

NO AMOUNT OF MONEY CAN BUY PACIFIC'S SURVIVAL IN THE FACE OF GROWING CLIMATE CRISIS

 

Read our latest Newsletter: PCP Newsletter September 2020

 

Read our previous Newsletters here

 

Read our 2019 Annual Report

Read our 2018 Annual Report

Read our 2015 Annual Report

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