So now will you listen? A Pacific perspective on the IPCC report

The Climate Report may come as a surprise to many, but for the people of the Pacific, these are our lived realities. Cyclones, droughts and floods are a part of our lives. Cyclone warnings are our normal, preparation and recovery come natural to us, because on an island, disasters are so normalized that we take it in our stride as our economies a crippled momentarily while we get back on our feet.

Pacific Scientists publish first sighting of pygmy sperm whale in Fiji

Scientists and Researchers from the University of the South Pacific (USP), published the first record of a sighting pygmy sperm whale in Fiji in the Journal of the Australian Mammal Society earlier this year. PhD Candidates Rufino Varea, Kelly Brown, and Jasha Dehm along with Research Fellow Dr. Brain Stockwell and Aquaculture Lecturer Dr. Chinthaka Hewavitharane utilized social media in the historical.

Photos by Brian Stockwell]