Indigenous views crucial in climate change debate

Flooding caused by huge spring tides which Marshall Islands officials have blamed on climate change. Picture: AFP

AUCKLAND, 05 OCTOBER 2018 (RNZ PACIFIC) – Climate change experts and Pacific Islands leaders say indigenous views must be included when it comes to creating regional policies on the issue. The importance of western and indigenous perspectives uniting when it comes to tackling climate change in the region was highlighted at a recent conference in […]

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