The Expert Interview: – We are all in the same canoe

The Pacific Islands are already struggling with the consequences of climate change. But they are not giving in. Instead, they have become a force to be reckoned with in international climate diplomacy. How did that happen? Elisabeth Holland explains

Days after Cyclone Winston made landfall on Fiji’s largest island Viti Levu, this was what was left of the Rakiraki Market. The market used to house more than 200 vendors, but was devastated by the cyclone’s record-breaking winds. Pacific islanders fear global warming will yield even more frequent and devastating storms in the future.

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