Pacific to feel harshest impact of climate change – scientists


PCCC2018 team organisers with keynote speaker Samoa PM Tuilaepa (centre) and VUW’s Pala Molisa, James Renwick, Luamanuvao Winnie Laban and SPREP’s Kosi Latu. Photo: RNZ Pacific / Dominic Godfrey

Scientists at a recent climate summit in New Zealand’s capital gave some stark warnings about the rapidly changing weather patterns in the Pacific.

Their consensus was that the Pacific will face the harshest consequences of global warming before other parts of the planet.

Dominic Godfrey reports.