Pacific countries are among those most at risk amid the climate crisis. Islands are becoming more difficult to inhabit and people across the region face an impossible decision: to stay in a dangerous place, or leave their homes and culture behind. Samoan journalist Lagipoiva Cherelle Jackson talks about the cost of global heating and what Pacific leaders are asking for at the Cop26 climate summit in Glasgow.
- An impossible choice: the Pacific’s climate crisis
- In Samoa we are born into land, climate change threatens to take it away from us
- The Guardian’s climate pledge
- The Pacific project: Pacific Islands reporting supported by the Judith Neilson Institute