Monday, 28 July 2008 1:31 PM

Sinking Islands

I really agree with what solomon Pita is saying about taking measures to save our low lying islands so that we don't lose them, but i think we have very little capability and resources to cater for drastic changes like that.

I think the best thing we can do is to ask for help from overseas to assess and collect data to show developed countries what it means to us to have our low lying Islands submerged at an alarming rate. By doing that we might be able to urge them to do something to cut down on activities that causes these changes.

Global warming is not something that we can conquer alone, we need every nation to stand together, but we are the ones who should cry louder than anyone else for our Island's sake.

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