Report: PCP in Doha

DOHA, Qatar - Our Pacific neighbor, Kiribati is lobbying for more support from the world leaders at the United Nations Climate Conference in Doha in mitigating the impacts of climate change in its country.

The tiny atoll is only 2 to 3 meters above the sea level which exposes it to greater risks of rising sea level. Pacific Calling Partnership (PCP) is calling for more collaboration from the developed countries in assisting Kiribati in its effort to mitigate the impacts of climate change.

PCP brings together a number of significant NGOs, school groups, community organisations, and individuals who all recognize Australia’s ecological debt to Kiribati, Tuvalu, parts of the Torres Strait and other low-lying Pacific Island neighbours.

Website: http://www.erc.org.au


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