Climate change in the Pacific Islands 3: Land catches water

By AG Staff 5 February 2014
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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.

Our Pacific Island neighbours are on the front line of climate change. Last year, Australian photographer Rodney Dekker travelled to Tuvalu and Kiribati on behalf of Oxfam Australia. He captured stories of the climate impacts Pacific Islanders are already facing, how they are trying to adapt and their thoughts on the future.

  • Chapter 1: Land is life
  • Chapter 2: Land provides shelter
  • Chapter 4: Land grows food
  • Chapter 5: Land is the future