Residents of the small island village of Fanalei are challenged by rising sea levels knowing that within 50 years their island home will be gone forever. Commissioned by the Melanesian Mission.
What could happen if tides continue to rise
A report ranking cities most at risk from coastal flooding is a stark reminder that the paradigm of economic development and prosperity no longer holds true.
Isle de Jean Charles, Louisiana can lay claim to a very distinct character: its small community is primarily indigenous people who have historically spoken both English and Parisian French, living on an island that once measured 22-thousand acres. Rising water has eclipsed almost 99 percent of that land, and the 25 families living there are […]