The Phoenix Islands

Ana Okai Kiribati (PIPA)

 

PIPA has enjoyed extensive media coverage from a wide variety of sources. Here are links to some of the articles:

Science Magazine March 2016 Ending Hide and Seek at Sea

http://www.cnn.com/2012/09/03/opinion/eco-solutions-pacific-ocean-opinion/index.html

National Geographic Jan 2011 "Phoenix Rising"

New England Aquarium Winter 2010 Blue Magazine Featuring PIPA

Science News Feb 2009 "The presidents of two island nations draft escape plans, anticipating sea level rise"

Cosmos Magazine June 2008 "World's Largest Marine Park: Size of California"

Smithsonian Magazine Sept 2008 "Our Imperiled Oceans: Victory at Sea"

Harvard Gazette Sept 2008 "Island Nation President Plans for Extinction"

ABC News Oct 2008 "Conservation Talks Highlight Need to Protect Island Environments"

Living on Earth Oct 2008 feature on the Phoenix Islands Protected Area

ABC News April 2007 "Kiribati's President: 'Our Lives Are At Stake'

National Geographic Feb 2004 "Phoenix Islands"

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Ni buburana ae 408,250 kmᶽ (157,626 tikuea maire) ao e riki ngkai PIPA bwa te kabanea ni toakaei n okai ni marawan te Betebeke. N te ririki 2006 ao e karinaki iai PIPA n Bowin te Aonnaba n Rabwatana are tabe ma te Reitanimaiu (Convention on Biological Diversity) i Brazil ao man katanoataki bwa te Okai ae kinaki n te aonnaba. N 30 n Tianuare, 2010 ao e a rin PIPA iaan tuan te Enwaeromenta iaon Kiribati man tei iaan oin ana Regulation. Ikanne are e a kamatoaki naba iai buburan PIPA ae ngaia te kabanea ni bubura n Okai n te aonnaba. N te ririki 2010 ao PIPA e manga rin ibuakoia aban te UNESCO ake a kamanoaki bwa taian World Heritage Sites. Ikanne are e a kinaki iai PIPA bwa te kabanea ni bubura ao n nano n Okai iaon te buraneti.

Phoenix Islands Protected Area