As Indigenous Pacific Islanders, climate adaptation plans cannot override our fight for sovereignty and self-determination.
"The whole damn culture needs reforming" he raps on SWIDT's new track.
In 2015, Australia took control of the island, which lies about halfway between the mainland and New Zealand.
Did ancient Pacific Islanders use volcanic glass tools for tattooing?
You have to wonder if that's the only way we'll be able to afford it.
In 2004 Pitcairn made international headlines when seven of its 12 men were convicted of sexually abusing children. Now, its current mayor has been found guilty of possessing child abuse images.
The president of low-lying Kiribati has spent nearly a decade trying to save his people from rising sea levels. There’s a good chance he will not succeed. This is how he leads a nation that will likely not exist in 100 years.
I was on Atafu, an atoll far into the blue nowhere of the South Pacific, when I was offered a taste of the rich, massive coconut crab—which I later found out is endangered.
The humble sea cucumber, an animal oft-adorned with the most undignified of common names—donkey dung, burnt hotdog, sea dick—is among the world’s most valuable fisheries.
Samoan fighter Mark Hunt hit Antonio Silva so hard that he broke his hand, joining a long tradition of ancient Pacific Island martial artists in the process.
For Ursula Rakova, climate change isn't a theory—it's a tangible threat that has been encroaching upon her ancestral home on the Carterets Islands for decades now.