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Pacific Islanders employ traditional techniques to fight climate change
By Online Editor
5:11 pm GMT+12, 18/09/2018, Fiji
The Pacific Islands are acutely vulnerable to climate change.  Islands such as Kiribati and Tuvalu have an average elevation of only 2 metres, meaning rising sea levels threaten to destroy their very existence. Residents are facing the terrifying reality that they may have to abandon their homelands… Read more

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