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For 10 years, the Pacific Calling Partnership, coordinated by the Edmund Rice Centre, has been working with our neighbours in the Pacific to raise awareness about the impact of climate change on low-lying islands. Here is a collection of memories from the past decade.
Northeastern Pacific blue whale calls are perhaps the best known blue whale call to date. They generally consist of two parts, A and B. The A call is a series of pulses (on the order of 1.5 pulses/s) which often exhibits side-banding and the B call is a long FM moan. A short (8s) upswept call (C) is occasionally seen between A and B and Thompson et al. (1996) report a short, sharp downsweep. These calls have been recorded from offshore Vancouver Island B.C., Washington and Oregon, California and off Mexico in the Gulf of California (reviewed in Rivers 1997), and in the Eastern Tropical Pacific (Stafford 1996, 1997). speed: 10X http://www.pmel.noaa.gov/vents/acoustics/sounds_whales.html
The Pacific Calling Partnership (PCP) is a group that advocates on behalf of, and in partnership with low-lying, low income, vulnerable Pacific Island nations that are being effected by dangerous climate change. PCP is hosting a public workshop at the University of Sydney, on Thursday May 16 at 6pm, on the issues of climate justice, human development and the effects of climate change on nations such as Kiribati and Tuvalu. Please watch this video, and check out https://www.facebook.com/events/467197390020145/?fref=ts for more details. www.erc.org.au/pcp
Maria Timon from Kiribati presented 3 video clips at the Pacific Calling Partnership/Climate Action Network Australia side event at the UNFCCC COP 15 in Copenhagen on the 11th of December, 2009. This was the last of the three with a message from the young people of Kiribati.
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An Island Calling is a truly "post-colonial" tale that revolves around a brutal double murder of a gay male couple, one of who was a human rights worker, in Fiji in mid-2001. Through exploring the incident's context, this film reveals deep historical, social and political currents that circulate throughout the Pacific. However, the documentary is, as much, an intimate story of two very different families. Directed by Annie Goldson, an Occasional Production. If you are living in NZ you can watch this film at the Cinema showcase (March 2008 - May 2008), click here for more information. http://www.worldcinemashowcase.co.nz To get a copy of the film, or to find out when it will be screening in your country get in touch with Occasional Productions: http://www.op.co.nz/ end...
This video gives a brief insight into the participation of the Edmund Rice Centre's initiative 'Pacific Calling Partnership' at the UNFCCC COP16 summit in Cancun, Mexico in December 2010. Featured in the climate change discussions are Maria Tiimon, Jill Finnane and Phil Glendenning. Key to the presence were cultural presentations giving insight into the unique culture of Pacific island nation of Kiribati - on the frontline of threats posed by climate change.
A short set of video clips of calling male Pacific Chorus Frogs (Pseudacris regilla). These videos were taken in late February 2009 in ponds in Napa Co., California. Pacific Chorus Frogs (also called Pacific Tree Frogs) are one of the most abundant frogs on the west coast of North America. The males make their loud 'Kreeck-eck' call to attract female frogs. More information on Pacific Chorus Frogs: http://mister-toad.com/PacificTreeFrog.html
The Climate Development Knowledge Network (CDKN) speaks to Claire Anterea, Pacific Calling Partnership and Phil Glendenning, Director of Edmund Rice Centre, Pacific Calling Parternship about the harsh challenges facing the people of Kiribati, their efforts to adapt to climate change and the increasing threat to their community and culture.
Ms. Anterea describes the threats to her small island community as the sea levels continue to rise and the supply of fresh water disappears.
Maria Timon from Kiribati presented 3 video clips at the Pacific Calling Partnership/Climate Action Network Australia side event at the UNFCCC COP 15 in Copenhagen on the 11th of December, 2009. This was the first clip.