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Fenton Lutunatabua
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Fenton is currently Pacific Communications Coordinator with 350.org. He graduated from the University of the South Pacific in 2012 with his Bachelor of Arts (double major in Journalism and Applied Psychology). Fenton won several awards as a student Journalist with Wansolwara, including Best Features Writer, Best In-Depth News Story and Best Radio Student. He is currently pursuing his Post Graduate Diploma in Development Studies.

He has extensive experience in the media industry –- in Broadcasting, Print Media, Television and social media. Fenton has a good understanding of the media landscape, is an excellent communicator, has informed empathy and bravely and ambitiously searches for opportunities to develop his journalistic capacity.

When he isn’t finishing off his Post Graduate Diploma, or working hard at 350.org, Fenton volunteers with 350 Fiji and Greenpeace Suva. You can also find him on the Golf course regularly, or on the beach reading bibliographies.

Entries by Fenton Lutunatabua

Take It from the Pacific: To Win on Climate, You've Got to Fight

(2) Comments | Posted August 8, 2014 | 10:36 AM

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An area in Kiribati vulnerable to Climate Change

Here in the Pacific, we're on the frontlines of the climate crisis. Many of our islands are just a couple of feet above sea level. From Fiji to Samoa, we're already seeing an increase...

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Kiribati and Climate Change: The Fight You Don't Read About

(0) Comments | Posted July 7, 2014 | 2:21 PM

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If someone was to google "Kiribati," search results will speak of the sad realities of this Pacific Island nation.

"Plagued by sea-level rise," "Besieged by the rising tide of climate change," and "Climate change destroys Pacific Island Nation" are the headlines you...

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Climate Warriors of the Island Nation of Kiribati

(0) Comments | Posted May 20, 2014 | 2:43 PM

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A girl in Temwaiku sits on what remains of a sea wall, constructed to protect her village from sea level rise. Photo by author.

This article was written by Fenton Lutunatabua for 350.org in March, and is published on Global Voices as part...

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Pacific Warriors Declare: "We Are Not Drowning, We Are Fighting"

(0) Comments | Posted January 15, 2014 | 4:24 PM

When you think about the Pacific Islands, what comes to mind? Palm trees, cocktails, white sandy beaches, and hammocks? For many people, that is exactly how they see the Pacific, as nothing more than a holiday destination, a tropical getaway and the perfect place to escape to.

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