The Edit, Episode #3: A Conversation About Climate Change, COP23, and the Future of the Pacific Islands
On the latest episode of Pacific Standard's podcast about how our stories are made, staff writer Kate Wheeling discusses her reporting from Fiji.
What You Leave Behind When You Relocate After Climate Change
In the wake of Cyclone Winston, nearly every village on Koro Island is relocating further inland.
Chatting With Fijians About Climate: A Village of 'Leftovers'
On Fiji's Koro Island, locals talk about how climate change and stronger cyclones are re-shaping their villages.
How to Prepare for a Cyclone When You're Living in a Tent
Nearly two years after Cyclone Winston destroyed their homes, one extended family in Fiji prepares to weather another cyclone season in government-issued tents that are wearing thin.
Chatting With Fijians About Climate: 'Climate Change Is Happening Just Because of Us'
Fijian farmers talk about climate change amid a severe drought that's gripping much of the island nation.
After a Record-Breaking Atlantic Hurricane Season, Here's What to Expect in the South Pacific
Forecasters in the region predict an average cyclone season for the Pacific Islands, but Fiji is still recovering from the last major hurricane to batter the island nation.