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  • Melissa Buhay

    Funafuti, Tuvalu. This has been on my bucket list since the 6th grade when I discovered it on the globe.

  • Rosalee Martinez

    sea level rise threatens to re-draw the global map at the expense of hundreds of millions of the world's most vulnerable people."

  • Deeksha Bedi

    Tuvalu is one of the smallest countries in the world, and I MUST VISIT!

  • Climate Nexus

    "This paper is important because for the first time we can actually say that we're virtually certain that the oceans have warmed, and that warming is caused not by natural processes but by rising greenhouse gases primarily," he said. The research team says the ground-breaking study will help guide further climate change research and international policy development.

  • Carol Brighton @

    USAID launches Pacific climate change projects - "The United States government's US Agency for International Development has launched a series of climate change projects in the Pacific....USAID hopes that most of the projects will cover Papua New Guinea, Fiji, Palau, Marshall Islands, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Tonga, Tuvalu, Vanuatu and Micronesia."

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