Pacific Environment Weekly (Enwik) was established in 2009 in Samoa as a means to increase coverage of climate change impacts on Pacific island countries. Founded by veteran Pacific climate journalist Lagipoiva Cherelle Jackson, the environmental news source created a model for content sharing of environment news across the Pacific islands.
Pacific Environment Weekly is independently funded. To support independent environmental journalism from the frontlines of climate change, you can take part in the following ways.
For Writers: Write for Us
Do you have unique content to share? Do you have a Pacific environment story to tell? Send us your copy and we will feature it.
For Partners: Sponsor Content
If you are interested in highlighting specific environmental issues in the Pacific, we have sponsored content packages available for partners who want more coverage of their issues, content or work.
For Supporters: Follow, Subscribe or Donate
There are many ways to support out work. Follow our social media pages, subscribe to the content or donate to support environmental journalism in the Pacific region.