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Championing small island states at COP23

Fiji holds the presidency at the 23rd Climate Change Conference (COP23), held in Bonn, Germany from 6 to 17 November. Inia Seruiratu, Minister for Agriculture, Rural and Maritime Development, National Disaster Management and Meteorological Services, explains his hopes for accelerating climate action in favour of vulnerable small island nations.

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Matai Seremaiah Nawalu, Vanuatu Minister for Agriculture, discusses the CTA publication, Transforming Food Systems in the Pacific, and highlights the significance of events such as the Pacific Week of Agriculture (PWA) 2017 to help stimulate Pacific agriculture.

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