Climate action key to survival for Pacific nations

Large Pacific nations, Australia and New Zealand, have important parts to play in supporting neighbouring countries to adapt and survive in a climate affected future.

In the lead up to COP21, Pacific Island nations raised their voices as loud as possible to call for a maximum global temperature rise to 1.5 degrees Celsius. Even then, the viability of some countries may be questionable, as sea level rise of just a metre can severely affect land availability.

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