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Secretary-General @antonioguterres looks out over the Pacific Ocean. He was in the region this past week to draw attention to the growing struggles of small island nations, which are on the frontlines of the global climate emergency. "Leaving the Pacific, I am more convinced than ever that the global climate emergency is the battle of our lives – a battle we can and must win," said the Secretary-General. "My message to governments: -Tax pollution not people -Stop subsidizing fossil fuels -Stop building new coal plants by 2020 We must take NOW." Regram: @antonioguterres | 📸: Mark Garten / UN Photo

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Secretary-General @antonioguterres looks out over the Pacific from the shores of , one of the most disaster-prone countries in the world. The small island nation is threatened by volcanic eruptions, earthquakes and extreme weather – all of which are made worse by the global climate emergency. Like many other small island countries in the region, Vanuatu is working to find ways to tackle climate change, and has developed ways to increase its resilience and adaptation. "From protecting the ocean from plastic pollution to cultivating resilient crops, I saw how this Pacific island nation is facing threats with determined ". Regram: @antonioguterres | 📸: Mark Garten / UN Photo

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Secretary-General @antonioguterres travelled to Tuvalu on Friday. He visited the Pacific island nation, which is on the extreme frontlines of the global climate emergency. On the island, the Secretary-General got a first-hand look at the devastating impacts of climate change and met with a local family, whose home and way of life are being threatened by rising sea levels. "What’s happening to Tuvalu will affect us all unless we take climate action NOW: Tax pollution not people. Stop subsidizing fossil fuels. Stop building new coal plants by 2020. We need urgent to stop Tuvalu from sinking and the world from sinking with it." Scroll through for more photos of the Secretary-General's visit. 📷: Mark Garten / UN Photo

 Instagram Image by United Nations (@unitednations) with caption : "4 month old Sahid receives a life-saving vaccine in #Colombia, where vaccines are free for all children, including migra" at Colombia - 2046156364509976601
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4 month old Sahid receives a life-saving vaccine in , where vaccines are free for all children, including migrant children from , such as Sahid. Immunization saves 2-3 million lives each year, yet, worldwide, nearly one in five infants misses out on the basic vaccines they need to stay alive and healthy. Low immunization levels among poor and marginalized children often compromises gains made in other areas of maternal and child health. UNICEF works with its partners to provide vaccines to children most in need. Regram: @unicef | 📸: UNICEF/UN0303658/Arcos

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Secretary-General @antonioguterres looks out over the south Pacific on his way to the small island nation of . He traveled there to get a first hand look at the threats posed by rising sea levels due to climate change. "Nowhere have I seen the heartbreaking impacts of climate change more starkly than in this island nation. I met families whose homes and way of life are at risk because of relentless rising seas, which threaten to drown this beautiful country. I met children who are looking to my generation to secure their future," said the Secretary-General. "What’s happening to Tuvalu is a sign of what’s in store for us all. I urge you to demand urgent from your leaders. We must save Tuvalu — and save the world." Regram: @antonioguterres | 📸: Mark Garten / UN Photo

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Lieutenant Jasmin Finger, pictured here with other members of the Maritime Task Force on a fast patrol boat off the coast of , is one of the German UN peacekeepers with @UNIFIL_official. provides military and police officers to 7 @UNPeacekeeping missions around the world. These brave women and men leave their families behind and work in harsh conditions to protect some of the world's most vulnerable people. We thank them for their service & sacrifice. 📷: Pasqual Gorriz / UN Photo

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"Enough is enough!" Students in tell Secretary-General @antonioguterres why they are calling for . "Young people around the world are driving transformative climate action and MUST keep up the pressure on their leaders. The determination of the students I met in Fiji is key to living at peace with our climate," said the Secretary-General. Scroll through for more inspiring posters from young climate activists. 📸: UN Photo / Mark Garten

 Instagram Image by United Nations (@unitednations) with caption : "#UnitedNations Secretary-General @antonioguterres shares a quiet moment of reflection with young climate activist, Timoc" at Fiji - 2045228567872481739
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Secretary-General @antonioguterres shares a quiet moment of reflection with young climate activist, Timoci Naulusala in , "As Secretary-General I have many battles. As a grandfather, the battle against climate change is the battle of my life. It’s a battle we’re not winning," he said. The Secretary-General is visiting island nations in the Pacific that are on the frontlines of climate change, but are also models of for big emitters to follow. "Here is my message from the Pacific to governments around the world: Tax pollution not people. Stop subsidies to fossil fuels. Stop building new coal plants by 2020." Regram: @antonioguterres | 📸: UN Photo / Mark Garten

 Instagram Image by United Nations (@unitednations) with caption : "The Knotted Gun sculpture is displayed on the visitors' plaza outside United Nations Headquarters in #NYC with the UN fl" at United Nations - 2045094891830587320
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The Knotted Gun sculpture is displayed on the visitors' plaza outside United Nations Headquarters in with the UN flag waving proudly in the background. The iconic piece, a symbol of non-violence, was created by Swedish artist Carl Fredrik Reuterswärd in 1980 following the murder of his friend John Lennon. The sculpture consists of a large replica of a 45-calibre revolver with the barrel tied into a bullet-blocking knot. Since its founding after the Second World War, the has worked to promote peace, tolerance, inclusion, understanding and solidarity. On Thursday's International Day of Living Together in Peace, we celebrate the efforts of the UN to make the world a better place - today, and every day. 📷: UN Photo / Mark Garten

 Instagram Image by United Nations (@unitednations) with caption : "A view of the Pacific Ocean from #Fiji, where #UnitedNations Secretary-General @antontioguterres is currently visiting a" at Fiji - 2044577198022887298
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A view of the Pacific Ocean from , where Secretary-General @antontioguterres is currently visiting and emphasizing the need for urgent and ambitious . "Climate change is the greatest challenge of our time -- and few places are feeling it as intensely as the Pacific island countries. Sea level rise in some Pacific countries is four times greater than the global average - an existential threat to many of these island states," said the Secretary-General. "It's not only the Pacific that’s at stake, it’s the whole planet. People everywhere are starting to feel the impacts, and they will only get worse. I'm sending a message to governments around the world to: Tax pollution not people. Stop subsidies to fossil fuels. Stop building new coal plants by 2020. Our future -- your future -- depends on it." Regram: @antonioguterres | 📸: Mark Garten / UN Photo

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Bula! Secretary-General @antonioguterres receives a traditional welcome in , where he is seeing first-hand how countries in the Pacific are taking transformative . "The Pacific region is on the frontlines of climate change but is also a frontrunner in taking urgent and ambitious climate action," said the Secretary-General. "The Pacific Island States have the moral authority to tell the world that climate change needs to be reversed, because the Pacific Island States are leading by example." It is time for the world to listen. 📸: UN Photo / Mark Garten

In New Zealand, Secretary-General @antonioguterres brings flowers to the Christchurch Wall of Remembrance for the victims of the terror attacks in March. He carried his message of solidarity and tolerance to the Muslim community and met with leaders at the Linwood Islamic Centre. "I am here to express my deepest condolences, my profound respect, and the fullest measure of my solidarity to you, your families and the community," said the Secretary-General. "I know there are no words to relieve the hurt and sorrow and pain. But I wanted to come here personally to transmit love, support and total and complete admiration," he said, adding: "In these trying times, I am here to say with a full heart: You are not alone." Regram: @antonioguterres | 📸: UN Photo / Mark Garten