Tag Archives: Tuvalu

Pacific Islands fear “It’s The End”

Some low-lying island nations face the “end of history” due to rising sea levels unless the world takes stronger action to slow global warming, a spokesman said at U.N. climate talks on Monday. Kiribati, Tuvalu, the Cook Islands, the Marshall

Island States Prepare To Drown

Video Report:A three-year study by Australia’s CSIRO and Bureau of Meteorology suggests the Pacific’s small island states can expect rising sea levels, more heavy rainfall events, more very hot days and more cyclones.

Island States Face Ocean Wipe Out

CANCUN, Mexico – Encroaching seas in the Pacific are raising the salt level in the wells of the Marshall Islands. Waves threaten to cut one sliver of an island in two. “It’s getting worse,” says Kaminaga Kaminaga, the tiny nation’s

At risk from rising seas, Tuvalu seeks clean power

Pacific island state of Tuvalu set a goal Sunday of a 100 percent shift to renewable energy by 2020, hoping to set an example to industrialized nations to cut greenhouse gases it blames for rising sea levels. Tuvalu, a string

Climate warning from Pacific

Climate change is wreaking havoc and there is an urgent need to help island communities at risk of being submerged by rising waters. That was the warning from the leader of the tiny Pacific Island of Niue, as regional leaders