Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Coastal-Life-in-Vanuatu-27MDHU3WW00.htmlConceptually similarCoastal Life in VanuatuGP1SV76OCompleted★★★★★Coastal Life in VanuatuGP1SV76GCompleted★★★★★Coral Transplant in VanuatuGP1SV76MCompleted★★★★★Coral Transplant in VanuatuGP1SV76PCompleted★★★★Coral Transplant in VanuatuGP1SV76ICompleted★★★★Coral Transplant in VanuatuGP1SV76KCompleted★★★★★Children Playing in Original Location of Takara VillageGP0STQVJSCompleted★★★★Child Playing in Original Location of Takara VillageGP0STQVK4Completed★★★★Takara Village in VanuatuGP0STQVK5Completed★★★★View AllGP1SV76BCoastal Life in VanuatuKiki plays in the ocean near her home in Vanuatu. With the rising sea levels and increasing water temperatures, the coastal villages in Vanuatu also struggle with erosion, dying reefs and deminishing fish numbers. However the population is resilient and learning new ways to adapt.Locations:VanuatuDate:16 May, 2019Credit:© Arlene Bax / GreenpeaceMaximum size:5192px X 3461pxKeywords:Climate (campaign title)-Day-Eye contact-KWCI (GPI)-Local population-Oceans (campaign title)-One person-Outdoors-Portraits-SwimmingShoot:Coastal Life and Nature in VanuatuVanuatu is a South Pacific Ocean nation made up of roughly 80 islands, rich in culture, traditional knowledge, and natural beauty. Its inhabitants and ecosystems are living at the frontline of the climate crisis. The lifestyle and livelihoods of people living along the coast lines are threatened by the impacts of climate change, with sea level rise eroding coast lines, and water acidification and temperature increases causing damage to coral reefs and fish stocks.