USC Eco stand in solidarity with the Pacific Climate Warriors who are paddling out tomorrow, in hand-built traditional canoes, directly into the oncoming path of coal ships coming from the world’s largest coal port – Newcastle.

For 20 years they have asked world leaders to take action to stop polluting the atmosphere, but with greenhouse gas emissions and sea-levels continuing to rise, Pacific Island nations can no longer wait for the world to act. So now 30 warriors from Tokelau, Solomon Islands, the Fiji Islands, Vanuatu and Tonga are peacefully standing up directly to the fossil fuel industry that is threatening their homes.

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