What does it mean to be a Warrior?
People often associate warriors with violence. However, to be a Pacific Climate Warrior means to be strictly non-violent, and to stand strongly in a dignified and peaceful manner for the future of the Pacific Islands. These are the principles of a warrior that we stand by:

A warrior is resilient. A warrior is not aggressive or violent, but is assertive. A warrior serves to protect their community, culture, land and ocean. A warrior is always learning. A warrior responds to the needs of those around them and of the greater good. A warrior non-violently stands their ground against an adversary, against injustice and against oppression. A warrior respectfully embodies their local culture and traditions. A warrior is accountable for their actions and words. A warrior serves those who cannot fight for themselves – future generations, animals and plants, environments. 

If you would like to join our struggle and become a Pacific Climate Warrior, contact your local 350 team. We can’t do this without you!

Climate Change is Affecting the Pacific Islands Now

Islanders are facing an increasingly precarious existence as the frequency and intensity of severe weather events and rising sea levels due to climate change increases.

Help us #PrayForOurPacific

Faith is pivotal to our people, and like the ocean, it connects us. In the face of the climate crisis, we need prayer to carry our people and faith to build resilience.

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