Why Exceeding Paris Goals Is Life or Death for Pacific Islands
Fiji is faring better than its low-lying neighbors, but if the world's nations don't live up to their climate pledges, the capital city will soon be under water.
Can International Law Save Small Islands From Climate Change?
University of Hawaii law professor Maxine Burkett explains how small island states can use legal action to attempt to protect their way of life.
Protecting Island Nations Starts With Protecting the Cryosphere
At COP21, the International Cryosphere Climate Initiative makes a passionate case for immediate action to preserve the ice sheets of Greenland and Antarctica.