TUVALU - Located in a remote corner of the Southwest Pacific Ocean, this tiny paradise is on the front line of climate change. The 4th smallest country in the world, it has an average elevation of just a few metres above sea level. This makes it especially vulnerable to sea level rise, coastal erosion and flooding which continues to threaten its 11,000 residents. Will the world listen to the plight of small island nations in the Pacific before it is too late?
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