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In his speech to the COP26 climate summit, Tuvalu foreign minister Simon Kofe showed the world what was at stake if it failed to decarbonize.
One of the first stops on my journey was Tuvalu, a low-lying coral atoll nation in the South Pacific, 585 miles south of the equator.Another tool in the fight against climate change: storytelling|Devi Lockwood|December 23, 2021|MIT Technology Review
Tuvalu’s plight is an example of the unequal effects of climate change—its residents are facing much harsher consequences of greenhouse gas emissions than others, despite contributing little themselves.
Tuvalu representative Simon Kofe delivered a speech to delegates at the United Nations climate talks in Glasgow in a memorable way this week by standing in the rising seawater he was warning the world about.
In Tuvalu, there’s a push for resilience projects, but efforts are already underway to guarantee the sovereignty of the nation and its maritime boundaries even if it’s completely engulfed by the ocean.
The couple fly home from Tuvalu, where they are completing their royal tour, later today.
William and Kate donned grass skirts and got their funk on in Tuvalu today, on the last day of their royal tour.
The Solomon islands and Tuvalu still count the Queen as head of state.
When the Queen and Prince Philip visited Tuvalu in 1982, Her Majesty was carried ashore in a canoe by locals.