The Borders Issue 2019
What Happens to a People When Their Land Sinks Into the Ocean?
Countries throughout the South Pacific may have their borders erased by rising sea levels within the next 10 years. But Shimizu, a Japanese engineering corporation, is working on designs for underwater and floating cities to accommodate people.
The tiny nation of Kiribati will soon be underwater — here's the plan to save its people
Planning for "migration with dignity," the former president purchased 6000 acres of land in Fiji for the I-Kiribati to move to and relocated 75 citizens a year to New Zealand.
How to Lead a Nation That Will Be Swallowed by the Sea
The president of low-lying Kiribati has spent nearly a decade trying to save his people from rising sea levels. There’s a good chance he will not succeed. This is how he leads a nation that will likely not exist in 100 years.
New Zealand Supreme Court Rejects Kiribati Man’s Bid to Become a 'Climate Refugee'
Ioane Teitiota and his family face deportation from New Zealand after its highest court ruled that the environmental threat of rising sea levels does not constitute grounds for refugee status.
Pierre Longeray et Pierre-Louis Caron