Advocacy Lead Simon Bradshaw reports back from the Pacific Islands Forum in Tuvalu
We can do something – surely we can do something. It is only a matter of money that Tuvalu doesn’t have. Florent Baarsch talks to Tataua Pese – climate change and disaster management officer with the Red Cross, Tuvalu.
Our team report from Tuvalu, as the island prepares for the arrival of the king tide (the highest tides of the year) and the devastation that occurs as a result.
Tao Tao Langafoa, from Funafuti in Tuvalu, explains the impact of the rising tides on her family’s lives.
Lan Marie attempts to dispel some of the more prevalent myths about life in the Pacific – particularly on the small island nation of Tuvalu.
The first of our photographic reports as the king tide (the highest tides of the year) hits the small island nation of Tuvalu
There are many small Pacific island nations that, at their highest point, are just metres above sea level. In 2010, our team travelled to Tuvalu and Kiribati to witness this first-hand. Watch the stories of these people and how climate change is affecting their lives.