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Vanuatu declares climate emergency

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Vanuatu's parliament has declared a climate emergency. Prime Minister Bob Loughman said rising sea levels and severe weather were already disproportionately affecting the Pacific. He outlined the country's enhanced commitment to the Paris agreement to be reached by 2030 at the cost of at least US$1.2 billion.
1 month ago·Vanuatu

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Vanuatu Declares Climate Emergency

Vanuatu declares climate emergency

1 month ago·United States
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Bangkok Post

Vanuatu declares climate emergency

Vanuatu’s parliament has declared a climate emergency, with the low-lying Pacific island nation’s prime minister flagging a US$1.2-billion cost to protect his country from the impacts of climate change.

1 month ago·กทม, Thailand
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Al Jazeera

‘We are in danger now’: Vanuatu declares climate emergency

Prime Minister Bob Loughman says using the term ’emergency’ is a way of signalling the need for urgent action.

1 month ago·Qatar
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RNZ

Vanuatu declares a climate emergency

Vanuatu has become the first Pacific Small Island Developing State to declare it is facing a climate emergency.

1 month ago·New Zealand
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Phys.org

Vanuatu declares climate emergency

Vanuatu's parliament has declared a climate emergency, with the low-lying island nation's prime minister flagging a US$1.2 billion cost to cushion climate change's impacts on his country.

1 month ago·United Kingdom
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CGTN

Vanuatu declares climate emergency

1 month ago·Beijing, China
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