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Pacific countries and climate activists are calling for an overhaul of how the world tackles climate change, after this month's UN climate talks ended in failure. Jamie Tahana looks back on COP25. Audio
Australia's credibility in the Pacific has been further dented by its actions at last week's UN climate summit, a researcher says. Audio
Fiji's attorney general says Australia's climate actions have been disappointing, as UN climate talks continue to falter.
Tonga's commitment to climate change issues has yielded over $US123 million in funding for ongoing projects, as well as another $45m for projects yet to be approved, its prime minister says.
UN climate talks in Madrid appear to be faltering, according to interviews with negotiators, delegates and observers, who say there is a serious risk of failure.
Fiji's prime minister has hit out at several developed countries during a speech at the UN climate summit in Madrid.
This year's climate talks in Spain come amidst the global wave of protests by young people that have swept the world. However, there are still concerns that important voices are being ignored.
The Pacific Conference of Churches has told Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison the coal industry is killing the Pacific.
The effects of climate change in the Pacific have happened a lot sooner, and are a lot worse, than had been predicted, a leading oceans scientist warns. Audio
The entire UN climate talk process might have to be reviewed if nothing is achieved this year, a Niue government minister says.