Friday, November 10th, 2017
NUKU’ALOFA, Tonga – Novema 10: 10.43am (Nuku’alofa Times): ‘Oku ou kole keu hufanga atu ‘i he ngaahi talafakatapu kakato ‘oku fa’a ‘aofaki atu ‘i he ngalu’ea, kae puipuiange mo Hou’eiki mo e Kakai kotoa ‘o e fonua, kae ‘ataa ke fakahoko atu ‘a e fatongia ko’eni ‘o fakatatau pea mo e tu’utu’uni ‘a e Fakamaau’anga Lahi ‘i he ‘aho 9 Novema 2017 ke ui ‘a e Fakataha Lahi Makehe ‘a e ‘Iunioni ‘Akapulu ‘o Tonga.
BONN, Germany – November 10: 10.30am (FAO): Investing faster and further in agricultural climate action and to support the sustainable livelihoods of small-scale farmers will unlock much greater potential to curb emissions and protect people against climate change, sector leaders and experts said today at the UN Climate Change Conference in Bonn.
BONN, Germany – November 10: 10.15am (Nuku’alofa Times/RNZI): Tonga is missing out by not having a minister at the current COP23 event here in Bonn, Germany, former Environment and Climate Change Minister Siaosi Sovaleni says. Tonga is represented here by a delegation led by Chief Executive Officer for Climate Change Mr Paula Ma’u (MEIDECC) and the Director Climate Change Luisa Tuiafitu Malolo. The global conference on climate change is being chaired by Fiji’s Prime Minister Frank Bainimarama, but Tonga’s delegation does not include a cabinet minister. Mr Sovaleni was the Minister responsibleRead More
BONN, Germany – November 10: 10.05am (DW): US governors, mayors and business leaders have come to the UN climate summit in Germany to show they care about saving the planet.
HAMILTON, New Zealand – November 10: 7.22am (NRL.com): A week without travel at a World Cup being co-hosted by three different countries is rare, and something Tonga believe will give them an advantage ahead of Saturday’s clash with the Kiwis.
By ILIESA TORA (Compliments of DW AcademyUNFCC) BONN, Germany – November 10: 5.57am (Nuku’alofa Times): The reality of climate change has hit home for many of us from our side of the world attending the COP23 here in Bonn, Germany.
By ILIESA TORA (Compliments of DW Academy/UNFCC) BONN, Germany – November 9: 3pm (Nuku’alofa Times): More Pacific Islanders will be migrating out of their homeland if nothing is done and no action taken to stop the continuing challenges of Climate Change.