December 24, 2014

The ebb and flow of life on board a traditional double hulled canoe

Words by Dwain Qalovaki A wise crew member on board the Uto ni Yalo once told me that “the vaka or canoe chooses her voyagers and […]
December 23, 2014

Volunteering at Wildlife Conservation Society – Getting More Than I Expected

Words by Marama Tuilovoni Working as a volunteer with the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) has been very exciting. It has helped me contribute to something I […]
December 10, 2014

Q&A session with Mosese Naleba

Name: Mosese Naleba Origin: Ra Province Favourite Color: Blue Field of Study: Currently completing a Diploma in Environmental Studies at the Fiji National University How did […]
December 9, 2014

Striking a balance as development ramps up

Words & Images by Ged Acton The forests, wetlands, mangroves, seagrass meadows, reefs and estuaries of Fiji support an incredible diversity of life: over 1,000 fish […]
December 1, 2014

A Sustainable Future for Wallis and Futuna

  When I received an invitation from the government to speak at a symposium on sustainable agricultural development for Wallis and Futuna, I jumped at the […]
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