Clean energy gives back to islands

Members of a youth club from Macuata sell fish at the Labasa Market. While working with martime communities, an academic has found women to be the backbone of the success of the projects. Picture SUPPLIED

Members of a youth club from Macuata sell fish at the Labasa Market. Picture SUPPLIED

COMMUNITIES on islands rely on the sea for survival, that is a fact one cannot argue with. To put things in a much clearer perspective, according to the International Union for the Conservation of Nature, more than 40 per cent of the world’s oxygen comes from rain-forest, 50 per cent of chemical medicines are based […]

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