Kiribati children greet UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon at Eita Maneaba, Tarawa, during his visit to climate change problem areas last month. Photo: Naoki Takyo / UNICEF Pacific
CLIMATE change adaptation strategies in the Pacific are expected to have a big impact on agriculture and food security, such as in the Solomon Islands, as communities seek to become more resilient.
Report – By Henry Yamo
Displacement, loss of land, culture and identity is a looming and alarming problem encountered by Pacific people on islands that are most affected by global warming and climate change
This is the trend troubling most Pacific island states, especially Papua New Guinea, Kiribati, Solomon Islands and Tuvalu.