A young but growing field of academics and policy experts are looking at the ways global warming might cause people to move, and how the international community can prepare for it.
Above the Fray
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The small island nation of Kiribati faces more environmental threats than rising waters. It also pollutes the sea that surrounds it.
With an ingenious invention called a ‘reverse fishing license,' Kiribati has been able to make conservation economically feasible.
The remote island chain of Kiribati is often portrayed as being on the forefront of climate change, but even the people there don't agree whether it's real or not.
Some of the world's tiniest countries — many of them island nations — are most in danger if sea levels rise and weather grows more severe.
The highest elevation in the Pacific nation of Kiribati is 10 feet. In such a vulnerable area, the climate change debate becomes a matter of national survival.