- ed ludbrook
- New Zealand
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What will we do about Tuvalu when it dies as a nation?
Tuvalu is the third smallest nation of the world [10,000 people] and is likely to be the first eliminated by global warming. This will likely happen with 50 years, possibly 25 years.
So what do we do with the 10,000 people, the culture, the nation? Is it just eliminated like so many tribes of the past?
Do they have any rights on the global community? Does the world have a responsibility?
What should we be talking about?