Te Ang Maitoro: Cooling Kiribati and Samoa

Te Ang Maitoro: Cooling Kiribati and Samoa

Professor Philippa Howden-Chapman, Dr Mary Anne Teariki, Dr Ramona Tiatia, Ian Shearer. As noted by the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, access to affordable clean energy has been recognised as being a vital component of sustainable development. All...
Pacific Journalism Review 24(1)

Pacific Journalism Review 24(1)

This is the second edition of the New Zealand-based media research journal focused on climate change and global warming. The first, published year, featured the Fiji and Pacific leadership at COP23 with a series of research papers. READ MORE: Pacific Journalism Review...
Postgraduate Scholarships

Postgraduate Scholarships

The New Zealand Institute for Pacific Research are pleased to offer three postgraduate scholarships to Pacific students who are currently enrolled at each of the consortium universities – the University of Auckland, the University of Otago, and Auckland...

Otago Foreign Policy School 2018

About us, without us? Some thoughts about Asia-Pacific Diplomacy in Transition Debate on the Pacific region’s role in global geopolitics has deepened in 2018. The focus has turned to the Korean Peninsula, China-US relations, China-Pacific Island dynamics and what a...

NZIPR Research Postgraduate Scholarships

Building Pacific research capacity is a significant feature of NZIPR. We are committed to increasing the number of active qualified Pacific researchers so we are pleased to offer three post graduate scholarships to Pacific students who are currently enrolled at each...

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