Introduction by the editor of the Special Edition on Indigenous Knowledge, Resilience and Climate Change (2022)
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PublisherMacmillan Brown Centre for Pacific Studies
The ever growing impacts of the human induced climate crisis are experienced in very specific ways in the small Pacific Island nations, or what we prefer to call Big Ocean States. Many of these islands are facing the devastating impacts of the climate crisis, ranging from sea level rise and its consequences, to changes in crop production and ecosystems and seasonal growing patterns, and associated social, economic and political changes.
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