Kiribati President Says ‘Too Late for Us’ on Climate Change
Kiribati Developing Plans to Fight Against Climate Change, Rising Seas
Kiribati to Fight Against Climate Change
Les îles Kiribati, enfer et paradis
Le Pacifique, Les Eaux, Paradis, Archipelago, Middle, Lost
Kiribati island: Sinking into the sea?
Lying just two metres above sea level at its highest points, the island nation of Kiribati is the poster child for climate change, with predictions that many of the 32 islands in the group could be lost to the sea in the next 50 years.
As you may know, my new crime novel Food of Ghosts is set on Tarawa, the capital of the Republic of Kiribati. I lived on Tarawa for five years and fell in love with the island and the I-Kiribati people.
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Photos from Kiribati, amazing beach destination with turquoise color waters and white sand paradise alike beaches in Oceania.
Kiribati Locals Not Going Anywhere As They Fight The Rising Tide
Endangered by rising seas, the Pacific nation of Kiribati is facing an existential threat from climate change.
Natural spoils: why Kiribati is a nature lover's paradise
Whether you're into fishing, bird-watching, diving or surfing, this remote destination is worth the trek while there are still people living here to welcome you.
Kiribati climate refugees fighting to stay in New Zealand
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Conheça Kiribati, o país menos visitado do mundo
Family Rescued In Pacific After Sailing 'Where God Led Us'
The Gastonguays were fed up with abortion, homosexuality and taxes, so they set out from California for the South Pacific islands of Kiribati.
Learn about the design, history and importance of the canoe (te wa) for the Kiribati people as Marita Davies shares her culture and family stories.
Kiribati enters the end game against climate change - in pictures
Father Martin, parish priest on the island of Abaiang walks through the wasteland that used to be the village of Tebunginako garden. Rising sea water made the soils heavily saline and unable to support the Bannanas and Taro vital to the villagers' survival