Carteret Islands, Papua New Guinea: see Tulun
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Climate change: a humanitarian crisis unfolding: there were signs that all was not right on the Carteret Islands. Locals on the Pacific Ocean islands had begun noticing frequent storms, wild sea and swells, king tides and unusually rough oceans. Then, for Ursula Rakova, the changes quite literally split her world in half. (Habitat Australia)
AT&T Says It Added 10 New Cell Sites in Duplin/Onslow/Craven/ Carteret County Area in 2006 (Wireless News)
Biological, geographical, and cultural origins of the loon hunting tradition in Carteret County, North Carolina.(Report) (The Wilson Journal of Ornithology)
The Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Company Inc. (A&P), has completed its acquisition of Pathmark Stores, Inc., Carteret, N.J.(FROZEN MEMO) (Frozen Food Age)
Concern in Bougainville over missing money for islands displaced by climate change.(News and Views) (Tok Blong Pasifik)
Human Tide: The Inhabitants of the Cartaret Islands Are the First People to Be Evacuated from Their Homeland Due to Climate Change. Earlier This Year, Dan Box, the Recipient of the Royal Geographical Society's Journey of a Lifetime Award, Joined the First Migrants to Leave the South Pacific Atoll (Geographical)
Audio: Global warming threatens Pacific islands.(WEB)(Brief article) (The Christian Science Monitor)
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CLIMATE CHANGE : LITTLE INTEREST IN NEW TREATY ON CLIMATE-INDUCED MIGRATION. (Europe Environment)
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