Water Crisis, Over-Population Present Stark Choices For Kiribati - Presented by: The Aol. On Network

The low-lying South Pacific Island nation of Kiribati is being overwhelmed by the ocean. The sea level is rising at a rate of approximately three millimetres per year. And with an average elevation of just two metres, the nation has become a global emblem for the consequences of climate change. The rising Pacific is having a serious impact on fresh water supplies, but that, according to residents like Peter Itibata, is not the country's most serious problem.



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