Project to document climate change loss and grief in the Pacific Islands

29 Oct 2019
Looking from the lagoon across at homes on Abaiang Island, a low-lying coral atoll in Kiribati. Photo: Karen McNamara

The way Pacific Island communities on the frontline of climate change are experiencing and working through loss and grief is being documented in a project that could become a ‘wake-up call’ for the rest of the world.

The University of Queensland human geography project will work with people in the Cook Islands, Marshall Islands and Vanuatu, and researchers are hopeful it can have a positive impact on those living across the Pacific.

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