Pacific Statement at the Climate Change Conference in Durban
H.E. President Sprent Dabwido of Nauru delivered a statement on behalf of Pacific SIDS at the high level event.
- 1 October 2011
- Nauru recruiting climate change negotiators
- Ambassador Marlene Moses is assembling a team that not only understands the ins and outs of UN climate negotiation process, but also how high the stakes are for the people of small island nations and around the world.
- 12 September 2011
- Oceans at Rio plus 20: Discussions with UN Delegations Global Ocean Forum
- Delivered by: Delivered by: H.E. Mr. Peter Thomson, Permanent Representative of Fiji
- 20 July 2011
- United Nations Security Council Open Debate - "The maintenance of international peace and security: the implications of climate change"
- Delivered by: H.E. President Marcus Stephen, Nauru
- 9 March 2011
- United Nations Open-ended Informal Consultative Process on Oceans and the Law of the Sea
- Delivered by: Mr. Esala Nayasi, Permanent Mission of Fiji
- Second Preparatory Committee Meeting United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development
- Delivered by: H.E. Ms. Marlene Moses, Permanent Representative of Nauru
- Greetings from the Pacific Small Island Developing States. It is my pleasure to welcome you to the website of the Pacific SIDS. We are a diverse group of small island nations in the Pacific that work together to promote the interests of our countries in the forums of the United Nations. While our islands are different, we share many vulnerabilities. Our small size and remoteness impact on our progress toward sustainable development and the low-lying nature of many of our islands exposes us to the adverse effects of climate change and undermines our food and water security.