Of all the places where climate change affects, it’s the small island nations of the Pacific Ocean that are being hit the hardest.
It’s a story that’s being presented by Fijians in a VR documentary called Our Home, Our People, which has been put together by the World Bank.
The film reflects on rebuilding efforts following the devastating aftermath of Cyclone Winston last year, and the ongoing threat of rising sea levels.
It ties in with Fiji presiding over COP23, the United Nations’ climate change conference, which takes place in Bonn, Germany over the next two weeks. It’s the first small island nation to preside over the talks, and an appropriate choice given how crucial climate change action is to its survival. Read more…