Scientists have predicted that some Pacific Island nations will be uninhabitable by the end of the century. Islanders ask who is responsible, and what does this mean for the future of their children, grandchildren and their vibrant cultures and customs?
Climate change is already having a dramatic impact on food supplies in the Pacific. Hear from farmer, Niu, and fisherman, Latao, about how they are adapting.
With no rivers, and increasingly salt contaminated ground-water, many Pacific Islanders are reliant on regular rain for fresh water. Listen to the steps Islanders are taking to ensure they have enough to survive.
Rising sea levels and higher tides, linked to climate change, are inundating and eroding many islands. This is forcing people to relocate.
For Pacific Islanders, land is life. As climate change increasingly impacts their land, Islanders including the President of Kiribati ask what this means for their future.