A participant at a climate change summit says the United States has shown a lot more effort to engage with the Pacific region through President Joe Biden.
Guam's representative at the US Embassy's TechCamp in Auckland, Lawrence Alcairo, said he's confident there would be more US-led developmental projects in the Pacific to lessen the impacts of the climate crisis.
Alcairo said that with Biden's tenure there's been a renewed interest in the Pacific and indigenous communities.
"It's very important to include indigenous knowledge and I think that there's a very big push for that in the communities and I really think that the federal government is starting to see that."
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