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Climate Refugees in the South Pacific | Global 3000

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Uploaded on Dec 1, 2009

100,000 people still live on the 32 atolls that make up the south Pacific island nation of Kiribati,but global warming is causing sea levels to rise. The archipelago,which lies halfway between Australia and Hawaii,lies just two meters above sea level and is considered especially endangered.The first two atolls have already been submerged. Kiribati's president is faced with a dilemma: does he have to evacuate all the country's residents?

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