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Pacific Ecologist Double Issue 7/8 - Winter 2004

PACIFIC ECOLOGIST DOUBLE ISSUE 7/8 - AUTUMN-WINTER 2004


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Pacific Ecologist can be purchased by posting $10 to: Pacific Ecologist, PO Box 12125, Wellington, New Zealand. Further enquiries to pirmeditor@paradise.net.nz........

CONTENTS

Editorials

  • Establishing the Pacific as a Zone of Peace - KAY WEIR

  • Letters to the Editor

  • Governance & Security: A Major Challenge to Pacific Civil Society - AISAKE CASIMIRA
  • Indigenous peoples threatened for resources

  • West Papua: Forgotten Pacific Nation - threatened with genocide by JOHN RUMBIAK & ABIGAIL ABRASH WALTON

  • Protecting Paradise Forests - by DOROTHY TEKWIE

  • Cry for Acheh - ZAHARA HAMZA
  • Climate Change

  • Facing up to Climate Change on Pacific Islands - JOHN HAY, NOBUO MIMURA, JOHN CAMPBELL, SOLOMONE FIFITA, KANAYATHU KOSHY, ROGER F. MACLEAN, TAITO NAKALEVU, PATRICK NUNN & NEIL DE WET
  • Pacific blueprints for survival

  • Sustaining Culture & Biodiversity with Local & Indigenous Knowledge -R. R. THAMAN

  • Joining Forces to Conserve the Marine Environment - R.E. JOHANNES
  • Aotearoa - Foreshore & Seabed issue

  • I Gave You My Bucket & Spade - Now You Want the Whole Sandpit - ANGELINE GREENSILL

  • Constitutional Crisis over Foreshore & Seabed in Aotearoa - RICHARD BOAST
  • Poverty & Millennium goals

  • Economic Justice - a new deal for Indigenous Australians - MARCIA LANGTON

  • Is poverty the problem, or wealth? - AISAKE CASIMIRA

  • Nauru - flotillas of hope - by RUTH BOYDELL & ZOHL DÉ ISHTAR
  • Media & Democracy

  • “Taimi ‘o Tonga” & the Future of the Rule of Law in Tonga -LOPETI SENITULI

  • Sword of Damocles in the Pacific - DAVID ROBIE
  • Nuclear threats

  • Stories of Earth Shaking - ALEX KELLY

  • NUCLEAR NIGHTMARES - POISONED LIVES, CONTAMINATED LANDS - ZOHL DÉ ISHTAR
  • Book Reviews/Summaries

  • An Honourable Accord – The Covenant between the Northern Mariana Islands & the United States By Howard P. Willens and Deanne Siemer, Reviewed by Nancy J. Pollock

  • Money Makes you Crazy - Custom & Change in the Solomon Islands By Ross McDonald

  • Akono’Anga Maori - Cook Islands Culture - Editors, Ron Crocombe & Marjorie Tua’inekore Crocombe
  • Black Lives, Government Lies by Rosalind Kidd

  • Conflict & Compromise - Essays on the Maori Since Colonisation, edited by Sir Hugh Kawharu Tuwharetoa

  • A History of the Maori people of the Taupo District by John Te H. Grace
    Ask that Mountain - The Story of Parihaka by Dick Scott

  • Cultural Memory: Reconfiguring History and Identity in the Postcolonial Pacific by Jeannette Marie Mageo, reviewed by Teresia Teaiwa

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