Resilience on the Reef | Tuvalu’s struggle against water and food insecurity

With the highest point of the Pacific island nation of Tuvalu just two meters above sea level, rising sea levels are poised to devastate the country — 95% of the islands are projected to be underwater by the end of the century, and changing weather patterns are bringing more frequent and prolonged droughts, devastating vital farmland. But Tuvaluans are pioneering long-term solutions to turn the tide, cultivating sustainable food security measures and developing coastal adaptation infrastructure that can be applied across the Pacific.

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