August 14th, 2019 – The Department of Climate Change in cooperation with United States Agency for International Development (USAID) called into session its third installment of the National Climate Change Donor Roundtable, discussing Climate Change Initiatives in Tonga and its
The National Climate Change Awareness Week 2019 commenced on Sunday 11 August 2019 with a Church service at Siaátoutai Theological College.
The Tonga Meteorological Department recognizes the need for more specialized and quality meteorological information at a time where weather and climate related hazards are at a record high.
The Morrison government’s Pacific “Step Up” will stumble
before it starts unless global warming is taken seriously.
Under the Paris Agreement that Tonga ratified on the 21st of September 2016, countries are invited to produce a national LT-LEDS as a roadmap for decarbonisation over the long-term, and submit it to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) Secretariat before 2
The Green Climate Fund Tonga Readiness & Preparatory Support Programme (GCF-RPSP) under the Department of Climate Change, MEIDECC conducted a consultation with local district officers and town officers of ‘Eua as part of the National Climate Change Awareness Week on the 31st
The Department of Climate Change National Awareness Program in ‘Eua focused on delivering awareness activities at selected local communities and schools from 29th to 30th of July 2019.
The Green Climate Fund Tonga Readiness & Preparatory Support Programme (GCF-PRPS) under the Department of Climate Change, MEIDECC conducted a consultation meeting with local district and town officers of Ha’apai as part of the National Climate Change Awareness Week on the 25th