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Let’s Go Local: Climate Champ Tells Of Favourite Spots

Meet Fenton Lutunatabua. Mr Lutunatabua is the managing director for the Pacific region for 350.org. He has been working on climate justice issues for close to 15 years. Mr Lutunatabua
12 Nov 2020 14:19
Let’s Go Local: Climate Champ Tells Of Favourite Spots
Fenton Lutunatabua seated and Alisi Rabukawaqa at the Fiji Museum.

Meet Fenton Lutunatabua.

Mr Lutunatabua is the managing director for the Pacific region for 350.org. He has been working on climate justice issues for close to 15 years.

Mr Lutunatabua is a writer, photographer, media relations expert and climate change activist in Fiji.

What’s One Place You’d Take Every Visitor To Fiji And Why?
I grew up in Pacific Harbour, so I would always take visitors to a local beach maybe to the Uprising and if they had a bit more time I would take them to Taveuni check out the natural waterslides at Bouma water falls. In Suva, I would definitely take them to the museum. It is beautiful.

What’s Your Secret Backyard Favourite Spot?
It is a brand new spot. When we had our first case of COVID-19 in Fiji what we did as a sort of lockdown project was we had set up a space in our backyard and that is my favourite spot.

Fenton Lutunatabua at Pacific Harbour.

Fenton Lutunatabua at Pacific Harbour.

What’s Your Favourite Place In Fiji For A Coffee/Pie?
My favourite spot for coffee would be Weta. I like the space at Weta. It’s really relaxing and chill and also right next to my office is Gloria Jeans.

What’s one Fiji spot on the top of your bucket list?
I would not mind visiting the Lau group of islands. I have seen some beautiful photos of the islands in Lau. I think there is just so many really beautiful spots in Fiji.

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