November 11, 2022

COP27: Pacific Updates and Commentaries

A range of reports and news stories that have significance for the Pacific are coming out of COP27. See the links on this page for statements from Pacific leaders, experts and commentators (most recent at the top).

The agony and the ecstasy: Pacific reflections on COP27: Source - Radio New Zealand International

Tuvalu minister hails Loss and Damage fund but fight for action continues: Source - Radio New Zealand International

Vanuatu's ICJ resolution on climate change wins more supporters at COP27: Source -  Radio New Zealand International

Tuvalu to create a digital replica of country as it faces impacts of climate change: Source - ABC Pacific

COP27: New Zealand blasted for 'obstructing' fund for climate damage: Source -  Radio New Zealand International

COP27: Australia's level of commitment disappointing say Pacific NGOs: Source -  Radio New Zealand International

Pacific Conference of Churches calls for "less talk, more action" as COP27 begins: Source - Oikoumene World Council of Churches

New platform gives insight into impact of climate crisis on Pacific people: Source - Radio New Zealand International

COP27: Pacific activists call out Biden's climate champion claim: Source - Radio New Zealand International

Tuvalu urges COP27 to adopt global treaty on fossil fuels: Source - Radio New Zealand International

It’s the big issue of COP27 climate summit: poor nations face a $1 trillion ‘loss and damage’ bill, but rich nations won’t pay up: Source - The Conversation

COP27: Vanuatu welcomes NZ's commitment to climate-related loss and damage: Source - Radio New Zealand International

COP27: Pacific leaders want climate change payments: Source - Radio New Zealand International

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