Over the past year or so many of us have heard how global warming is affecting South Pacific islands. Global warming is forcing sea levels to rise in the region that will threaten the existence of people living on such islands as Nauru, Tuvalu, Kiribati, and the Marshall Islands. If nothing can be done, these people, as well as their culture, will be displaced. But what can we do?
Two recent articles ask the same question and are worth posting here:
This issue certainly needs monitoring, as island disappearance can happen within the very near future.