The Tahiti Women’s Forum will celebrate its come back next month. Extended to two days, the 16th and 17th of October, it will address responsible business. As everyone knows, the Pacific islands are one of the most venerable area in the world in terms on climate change. And women are the first population facing this issue. « It’s too late to be pessimistic », the famous French … Continue reading Tahiti Women’s Forum is back!
The decentralization revolution, like a domino effect, began at the informational stage (see part 1), spread to the energy sector (see part 2), and is now triggering a new emerging trend: the decentralized transportation revolution. In recorded history, we have never been so creative in terms of human transportation means and this trend has no reason to stop now, on the contrary. Here, we’ll focus … Continue reading New Techs are revolutionizing life in the Pacific- part 3
Last week, we explored the revolutionary change blockchain technology was bringing to the world, and even more to scattered populations like the islanders of the Pacific Ocean, or the coasters of the Asian, American and Oceanian continents. Now, let’s check out the second great disruption in the decentralization revolution: the energy decentralization, triggered by some of the greatest game-changing technologies currently developing at high speeds: … Continue reading New Techs are revolutionizing life in the Pacific- part 2
After the latest industrial (19th-20th century) and information revolutions (brought by the Internet in the 20th-21th century), the next one is coming. It might be dubbed the Decentralization revolution, and it has already begun, boosted by the rise of several new technologies, like photovoltaic, blockchain and VTOL aircrafts. These are already spreading in places where they are the most useful. The scattered lands across the … Continue reading New Techs are revolutionizing life in the Pacific- part 1
Innovation and entrepreneurship driven by women is a decidedly major socioeconomic trend in French Polynesia and more broadly throughout the Pacific islands. In order to mobilize and inspire women to innovate and create their economic activities, a private initiative named Tahiti Women’s Forum has been launched in Tahiti mid 2017. Its objective: to set up a one day event that will host a conference, round … Continue reading Polynesian women take the lead with the Tahiti Women’s Forum
Like each year, the Economist has just released its annual global liveability survey. And guess what? Out of the top 10 countries in which life is the coolest, according to the study, four are situated in the Pacific Ocean Area, more precisely in Australia, Canada and New Zealand. The top one of the economist’s list is Melbourne, in Australia. Moreover, the city has managed to keep the first … Continue reading The Pacific has 4 of the 10 most liveable cities in the world
Pictures : All rights reserved If the Pacific ocean and its islands were to be some kind of a state, than this song: “My Island Home”, would be perfect as its national anthem. Written by an Australian, it was then adapted in Tahitian by a Hawaiian to become an instant classic in French Polynesia! “My Island Home” was written by an Australian, Neil Murray, while he … Continue reading My beloved Pacifican song: My Island Home!
A $36 billion gaz project in Canada just got ditched. Its purpose was to extract and commercialize gaz from natural reserves in the underground of British Columbia, a Canadian state bordering the Pacific Ocean. Eventually, it would have created thousands of jobs in the region and boosted the local economy, but got killed by cheap oil and rising renewable energies. The project was on its … Continue reading $36 billion gaz project cancelled because of rising solar power
This quite extraordinary natural event was filmed and photographed by Sean Scott, a landscape photographer who was filming with a drone a group of people swimming. Several sharks are then seen getting real close to them but avoiding them at the last moment. The scene was occurring in Red Bluff, West Australia just a few days ago. Then, what happened to finally be a large … Continue reading Hundreds of sharks feast on a giant shoal of fish [VIDEO]
Better late than ever, the ancient Polynesian roofless temple or “marae” of Tapuatea has eventually been integrated to the list of the World Heritage Sites in Oceania today. Since the inscription of Easter Island and its giant statues in 1995, the region hasn’t succeeded in obtaining much of the focus of UNESCO until these last years, more precisely since The Pacific 2009 Programme (2000-2009). According … Continue reading The world recognizes Polynesian cultural heritage & it was damn time!