New Internationalist

Environment, Greenpeace, Sustainable Development, Ngo

Issue 291



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.

Pactok The Pacific server with most of the region's NGOs on line.

Uni Tavur Toktok University of Papua New Guinea's student newspaper.

Cafe Pacific and Pacific Journalism Review via the Centre for Independent Journalism, Sydney, which also has useful contacts.



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,
e-mail [email protected]

Greenpeace Pacific, Private Mail Bag, Suva,
Fiji. Tel: (679) 312 861. Fax: (679) 312 784,
e-mail: [email protected]


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: [email protected]


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,

e-mail:[email protected]


American Friends Service Committee, 2426 O'ahu Avenue, Honolulu, HI 96822. Tel: 808 988 1124. Fax: 808 988 4876,
e-mail: [email protected]

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