ALSO WORTH READING ON...
THE SOUTH PACIFIC ENVIRONMENT
One of the best books on the environment anywhere, let alone the South Pacific, is
'Atu Emberson-Bain (ed), Sustainable Development or Malignant Growth? Perspectives of Pacific Island Women, (Marama Publications, Suva, Fiji, 1994, ISBN 982-326-001-X). It really is worth going out of your way to get hold of this book - and you might have to.
CocoNET Wireless The 'coconut wireless' means 'gossip' in Melanesian Pijin and this site lives up to its billing. http://www.uq.oz.au.jm/coco.html
Pactok The Pacific server with most of the region's NGOs on line. http://www.pactok.net.au/cat/cat.htm
Uni Tavur Toktok University of Papua New Guinea's student newspaper. http://acijiuts.edu.au/UniTavur/UniT-toktok.html
Cafe Pacific and Pacific Journalism Review via the Centre for Independent Journalism, Sydney, which also has useful contacts. http://acij.uts.edu.au
Pacific Islands Association of Non-Governmental Organizations (PIANGO): c/o Unite de Liaison Nationale, BP 4611, Papeete, Tahiti,. Tel: (689) 521371. Fax: (689) 572880.
Pacific Concerns Resource Centre, 83 Amy Street, Private Mail Bag, Suva, Fiji.
Tel: (679) 304 649. Fax: (679) 304 755,
Greenpeace Pacific, Private Mail Bag, Suva,
Fiji. Tel: (679) 312 861. Fax: (679) 312 784,
Greenpeace, Private Bag 92 507,
Wellesley Street, Auckland. Tel: 9 630 6317,
Fax: 9 630 7121.
Centre for South Pacific Studies, University of New South Wales, Anzac Parade, Kensington, NSW 2033, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
UK Foundation for the South Pacific,
32 Howe Park, Edinburgh EH10 7HF, Scotland. Tel: 131 445 5010.
Fax: 131 477 9412.
South Pacific Peoples Foundation, 1921 Fernwood Road, Victoria, BC V8T 2Y6. Tel: 250 381 4131.
Fax: 250 388 5258,
American Friends Service Committee, 2426 O'ahu Avenue, Honolulu, HI 96822. Tel: 808 988 1124. Fax: 808 988 4876,
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