Today in Port Vila over 200 people, including youth and secondary school students, occupied the central vegetable market in protest against new coal mines and their climate impacts on Vanuatu’s people. Vanuatu’s vegetable market had been closed for months after severe category 5 Cyclone Pam devastated the country in March 2015. Led by 350 Vanuatu, (More...)
It’s been just over 6 months since we blockaded the Newcastle coal port, and thinking back, we are still in awe of the spirit, love and solidarity we experienced through our blockade. This new video and blog tells the story of our journey and demonstrates the strength that was born from our unity. There is (More...)
At the end of February the scenes in the South Pacific atoll island nation of Kiribati were dramatic and frightening. Waves crashed across the lagoon side of South Tarawa, the capital of Kiribati, swamping everything in their path. For the locals, there was no where to go as the waves left a trail of destruction, (More...)
FOR LIVE UPDATES – FOLLOW OUR LIVE BLOG HEREOvernight in the capital of Vanuatu, Port Vila, Category 5 Tropical Cyclone Pam, one of the strongest storms seen in the South Pacific in years, continues to leave a trail of mass destruction. We received this update from the 350 Vanuatu team, who have been up all night helping (More...)
On December 18th & 19th 2013, 350 Pacific in partnership with Samoa Victim Support (SVSG) Juniors, held the Pacific Climate Warriors training for Samoa. The training was attended by 30 young people from the Islands of Upolu and Savaii and… (More...)
To coincide with the Pacific Leaders Forum being held in… (More...)
Earlier this year, warriors across 14 Island nations rose up to show that “We are not drowning. We are fighting.” It’s captured in this recently released three minute video summary.