10 November 2023 - Australia Signs Historic Climate Refuge Pact With Tuvalu
Australia to offer residency to Tuvalu citizens displaced by climate change
Daniel Hurst and Josh Butler (The Guardian, 10/11/2023)
Australia will offer residency to people affected by climate change in the low-lying Pacific nation of Tuvalu, as part of a sweeping new treaty that also locks the two countries into close security ties.
Australia offers Tuvalu residents special visa in ‘groundbreaking’ treaty
Matthew Knott and Nick O'Malley (Sydney Morning Herald, 10/11/2023)
Australia will be given effective veto power over any possible security pact between China and Tuvalu under a landmark treaty agreement that will create a special visa pathway for the Pacific nation’s residents to escape the threat of climate change.
Australia signs landmark treaty with Tuvalu offering residents resettlement rights as island nation 'extremely vulnerable' to submersion from climate change
Heloise Vyas (Sky News, 10/11/2023)
The Australian government has signed a landmark bilateral treaty with Tuvalu offering its residents refuge in Australia as the Pacific Island faces the urgent threat of submersion from the effects of climate change.
Australia signs security, migration pact with Pacific's Tuvalu
Kirsty Needham (Reuters, 10/11/2023)
Australia announced on Friday a security guarantee to the Pacific Islands nation of Tuvalu to respond to military aggression, protect it from climate change and boost migration in a pact aimed at countering China's influence in the Pacific.