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The Coral Chronicles on a remote Pacific island, clues to El Niño’s future are preserved in ancient reefs


21-Feb-2024

VANUATU—The 500 residents of Tanovusvus do not typically worry about water.

nodules

Cook Islands 'entitled to look at possibility' of deep sea mining - Winston Peters


21-Feb-2024

New Zealand's Foreign Minister Winston Peters says the Cook Islands should have the freedom to in

vents

‘High Seas Treaty’ name is inaccurate and should center biodiversity (commentary)


19-Feb-2024
A new ocean governance treaty, formally called the “Agreement under the United Nations C
Cook islands

37 complaints to the Cook Island National Environment Service spark environmental action


16-Feb-2024
The National Environment Service (NES) received 37 complaints between 2022 and 2023 regarding en
Aitutaki, Cook Islands

Deep sea mining: The controversial practice causing a growing rift drifting towards New Zealand


12-Feb-2024

Bright orange, 61m long, and 16m wide, the Anuanua Moana jars against the crystal blue waters of

Deep sea mining

‘Litigation terrorism’: the obscure tool that corporations are using against green laws


12-Feb-2024

What do you get if you cross the planet’s richest 

Cook islands

Cook Island Lagoon resort causeway still under investigation


12-Feb-2024
National Environment Service staffers appear to be taking their time in delivering an assessment
Deep sea mining

How a US mining firm sued Mexico for billions – for trying to protect its own seabed


1-Feb-2024

Local fishers helped halt underwater mining off Baja California’s coast in 2018.

Palau

The US Environmental Group Behind Palau’s Plan to Shrink Its Massive Marine Sanctuary


19-Jan-2024

The Nature Conservancy’s role in the government move to reopen an ocean reserve to industrial fis