Climate: Pacific leaders united in Paris

PACIFIC leaders will join others from around the world in Paris this week to call for concrete action on climate change.

  • Staff Reporter
  • 13 December 2017
  • 04:48
  • News
Climate: Pacific leaders united in Paris Frank and Mary Bainimarama at COP21 earlier this year

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Pacific leaders have long called for more financial commitment and innovation to avoid catastrophe.
 
Emmanuel Macron's main focus for the One World Summit is to determine how the financial sector can better support climate action.
 
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Fiji's Prime Minister Frank Bainimarama is among those in Paris pushing for improved climate finance.
 
He is on a panel of world leaders and innovators discussing ways to fund low carbon and climate adaptation projects.
 
At a summit side event, Marshall Islands President Hilda Heine will speak on making climate finance work for women.
 
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