Support these Pacific Island agritech businesses addressing climate change

The 2035 Oceania Summit is delighted to host 12 Pacific Island agritech businesses seeking to secure long-term food security by addressing the existential impact of climate change on the region.

In six weeks time, delegates attending the Summit in Auckland will hear directly from some of those most directly affected. On Tuesday 11 October, during the Summit session, 'Developing a framework to support long-term Pacific Island food security & partnerships, we'll hear from;

  • Dr. Moses Amos, Director General, the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, Forestry, Fisheries and Biosecurity, Vanuatu 
  • Mrs. Temarama Anguna-Kamana, Head of Ministry of Agriculture, Cook Islands 
  • Mr. Unasa Nomeneta Saili, Director and Chief Technology Officer, SkyEye Pacific, Samoa  
  • Ms. Nancy Irwin, Founder and Managing Director, Kamapim Ltd, Papua New Guinea
  • Mr. Minoru Nishi, Managing Director of Nishi Trading, Tonga 
We will be joined by international delegations from IFAD, CGIAR & the UNFAO. We have been working with both MFAT in Wellington and DFAT in Canberra to accelerate the opportunity for increased regional collaboration.

At the Summit, you will have the opportunity to meet, engage and support these inspiring agritech businesses as they seek to address the existential consequences of climate change.  You can purchase your 2035 Oceania Summit ticket at Registrations | Wharf42 Limited (


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