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Pacific Island countries meet to battle climate change

| | Suva:

About 300 leaders and experts from Pacific Island countries gathered here on Monday to discuss enhancing cooperation in the fight against climate change. The event, organised by Climate Action Pacific Partnership (CAPP), brought together stakeholders to promote the exchange of ideas, innovations and solutions, Fiji Broadcasting Corp said on its website, reports Xinhua news agency. It will seek to produce transformative outcomes and initiatives to boost the fight against climate change in the Pacific and urge more action and enthusiasm on the fight elsewhere in the world.             

 
 
 
 
 

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