European Society for Oceanists 2015 Conference: Brussels, 24 June 2015 – 27 June 2015

Europe and the Pacific European engagements in the Pacific are taking place mainly through connections in trade relations, sustainable development programmes, tourism, humanitarian aid, legal-political relations, new migration patterns, and concerns about the impacts of global climate change. In some respects, however, European connections to the Oceanic region relate uncomfortably to the aspirations and ambitions … More European Society for Oceanists 2015 Conference: Brussels, 24 June 2015 – 27 June 2015

Rethinking Home: Climate Change in New York and Samoa

Communities in Samoa and New York both face challenges to home and homelands from the increasing severity of climate‐changed weather systems. Between September 2013 and July 2014, a group of Samoans and New Yorkers, with homes in coastal areas impacted by hurricanes, worked together to share and learn from their personal and community experiences of … More Rethinking Home: Climate Change in New York and Samoa

New Film Documentary

Something is changing in the Pacific Ocean. Tidal levels are increasing, crops are failing, storms are more powerful, and land is being eroded – all of this impacting the children of the region. On Australia’s doorstop the Indigenous peoples of the Pacific have nowhere to run as climatic changes bring frequent disaster to their shores. … More New Film Documentary