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The Tide of Change climate adaptation documentary by university of the South Pacific student journalists. Video: Wansolwara

Wednesday, March 28, 2018

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The Tide of Change climate adaptation documentary by university of the South Pacific student journalists. Video: Wansolwara
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The people of Natawaru Settlement in Fiji have seen their humble livelihoods grow more precarious as the effects of climate change take their toll.
From rising seas, depleted fish stocks and rising temperatures, the community is faced with a struggle for survival.
However, the people, who live near Fiji’s second city Lautoka on Viti Levu island, have declared themselves a “violence free community”.
Tide of Change is a short documentary film by student journalists at the University of the South Pacific: Koroi Tadulala, Aachal Chand, Mitieli Baleiwai, Venina Rakautoga and Kaelyn Dakuibure
Producer: Dr Olivier Jutel
More Fiji stories
The Tide of Change climate adaptation documentary by university of the South Pacific student journalists. Video: Wansolwara
Pacific Media Watch Newsdesk
The people of Natawaru Settlement in Fiji have seen their humble livelihoods grow more precarious as the effects of climate change take their toll.
From rising seas, depleted fish stocks and rising temperatures, the community is faced with a struggle for survival.
However, the people, who live near Fiji’s second city Lautoka on Viti Levu island, have declared themselves a “violence free community”.
Tide of Change is a short documentary film by student journalists at the University of the South Pacific: Koroi Tadulala, Aachal Chand, Mitieli Baleiwai, Venina Rakautoga and Kaelyn Dakuibure
Producer: Dr Olivier Jutel
More Fiji storiesThe Tide of Change climate adaptation documentary by university of the South Pacific student journalists. Video: Wansolwara
SUVA: (Wansolwara/Pacific Media Centre): The people of Natawaru Settlement in Fiji have seen their humble livelihoods grow more precarious as the effects of climate change take their toll.
 
From rising seas, depleted fish stocks and rising temperatures, the community is faced with a struggle for survival.
 
However, the people, who live near Fiji’s second city Lautoka on Viti Levu island, have declared themselves a “violence free community”.
 
Tide of Change is a short documentary film by student journalists at the University of the South Pacific: Koroi Tadulala, Aachal Chand, Mitieli Baleiwai, Venina Rakautoga and Kaelyn Dakuibure
 
Producer: Dr Olivier Jutel
 
 
 

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