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UN Climate Summit: Could Rising Seas and Coastal Flooding Give Rise to New Legal Category?

September 30, 2014 by Roman Kilisek

Rising Seas and New Law

Rising sea levels could potentially have the most devastating impact on small island states such as the Maldives. These small island states are already negatively impacted and can be expected to be the worst hit by continued rising sea levels – potentially even losing their entire state’s territory to the ocean.[read more]

Oceans, Islands, Energy, and Climate Change

April 22, 2014 by Jim Baird

Oceans, Heat, and Climate

 

Over 30 years ago scientists failed to make the link between climate change and the thermal inertia of the oceans. We are paying now for the oversight and will into the future. Particularly island nations who must make the clean energy required for their self-preservation.[read more]

Small Island Nations Embrace Partnerships for their Future

March 2, 2014 by NRDC Switchboard

Small Island Partnerships

Small islands countries such as Jamaica and Seychelles are already known for their beautiful beaches and idyllic charm, but they are also increasingly regarded as innovative leaders in the fight against climate change and to secure sustainability.[read more]