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New film tells personal stories of Pacific sea level rise

ABC RADIO Pacific Beat Updated June 2, 2011 08:43:33

While climate change is clearly a global issue, small Pacific Islands are sometimes seen as the canaries in the coalmine.

They are the most vulnerable to rising sea levels, and already strugging with salination and dangerous king tides.

An Australian filmmaker and an award winning photographer, Rodney Dekker, recently travelled to Tuvalu and Kiribati to explore these issues on behalf the aid organisation, Oxfam.

He made a series of films called 'Land is Life'.

Presenter:Janak Rogers
Speaker:Rodney Dekker, filmmaker

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