Climate Challenger Current Location

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  1. IMONG KAUYAP

    Gud moning olgeta brata, gudpla sun ikamap na EM I SUNDAY TU….HAMAMAS, HAMAMAS, HAMAMAS..TINGIM RIPOT, TOKSAVE, ASKIM…..STIAIM WOKABOUT BLO UPLA..CHACHALUM ENOU ACHALAUNA..SAVE TRIP AND WIN BLESS

    IMONG KAUYAP

    • Thanks sist, we are all fine and healthy. We have problem connecting and therefore not able to reply. We are in Choiseul province now. Thanks for your prayers

  2. Hey brother – happy to know that there where no other major issue apart from the broken rudder which should be easy to fix once on shore. Any chance of sending through some still photo. Good so far. Keep Safe.
    Chalapi

  3. Lauyang Posanau Ealedona

    Matamwaraila a wian e awa, awa dro wian? Good to hear you are all safe, May God grant you safe journey. Praying for you all and thanks for the updates. Ekila.

  4. Hi bro, thanks for calling into Kavieng town, it was great catching up with you again and getting to know some of your crews. Your visit here helped raised the profile of my work here, and also reminded us again the importance of working in partnership to achieve goals. “Lapan kila captain aparti ndro eoi” our only assurance of a safe trip. Ekila

    • Hi brother,

      Thanks for all the logistics and support. Owesome, you did well. The boys are spending time here celebrating the Independence celebration. But most importantly, withnessing the impact this mine is contributing to the environment. Hope they can return home and share what they see here. We expect to depart Lihir at 7am for Nissan before heading to Buka

  5. The impact of submarine tailings disposal from Lihi mine to the surrounding ocean area is painfully visible and devastingly clear. I hope that you and your crew have made note of this and have taken some photos of it. This is exactly what will occur at Manus if Newcrest is gvien the full mining licence. The damage the mine will cause to our people livelhood will be irrevesibly devasting. The entire South coast of Manus – will bear the full brunt of this – haven’t we already suffer enough from the impact of climate change and deep sea mining. Future EIS on the mining at Manus by Newcrest must be peer reviewed before full licence is given.
    Chalapi

  6. Charles Litau

    Go with God my people

  7. coolio

    Saw in Facebook that you are in Taro form Jimmy Kereseka’s post on Luaru page. You guys are great sea heros. Good will continue to guide you all during your journeys. Wishem ufala all the best lo awareness blo ufala round lo world.

  8. coolio

    Sori mistake lo spelling blo mi.. hem should in should be “God” not Good” big apology

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  10. Martha Litau-Sisii

    @ Captain Manuai and crew,you guys make us proud.May our good Lord continue to lead your paths till you end your journey.Stay focussed and God bless you lot.

    Eyo – Marls

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