Pacific Islanders have been experiencing climate-induced disasters for years, now they have reached Australia
Living in Australia as a Pacific Islander means every weekend there’s a social gathering to attend, whether it’s a birthday, wedding, fundraiser for someone’s medical treatment or a traditional rite of passage.
More recently, however, the community get-togethers to mobilise our people have been to push for stronger climate action and have a more sombre undertone. Continue reading
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