Vlad Sokhin: ‘Warm Waters’ – threat of climate change to low-lying Pacific nations

Children of Etas village on Efate, Vanuatu, watch a fire truck delivering drinking water to their village after Cyclone Pam in March 2015. Photo: © Vlad Sokhin/PANOS

By Vanuatu Daily Digest

“Warm Waters’” a photoessay on climate change by Russian photojournalist Vlad Sokhin, is the best piece of reporting on climate change in the Pacific. It is a must-see collection!

Sokhin’s images and text capture the grave threat climate change poses to the Pacific islands from sea level rise, hotter weather, changes to rainfall and stronger cyclones.

Browse the photoessay here, and encourage your colleagues and friends to see it too!

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