Climate change: island life in a volatile world
Climate change: island life in a volatile world

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Climate change: island life in a volatile world

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Reading 1A: Lynas, M. (2003) ‘At the end of our weather’, The Observer, 5 October 2003. Copyright © Mark Lynas; Reading 1B: Conisbee, M. and Simms, A. (2003) Environmental Refugees: The Case for Recognition, New Economics Foundation; Reading 1C: ‘Tiny Tuvalu sues United States over rising sea level’, Reuters, 29 August 2002. © Copyright. All rights reserved. Distributed by Valeo IP. Valeo Clearance Licence 3.5398.4811156-93063; Reading 1D: ‘Tuvalu seeks help in US global warming lawsuit’, Reuters, 30 August 2002. © Copyright. All rights reserved. Distributed by Valeo IP. Valeo Clearance Licence 3.5398.4811156-92295.

Figure 1 copyright © Peter B. Bennetts/Lonely Planet Images; Figure 3a copyright © Digital Globe, Eurimage/Science Photo Library; Figure 3b copyright © Digital Globe, Eurimage/Science Photo Library; Figure 4 copyright © Mark Lynas/Still Pictures; Figure 5 copyright © Peter B. Bennetts/Lonely Planet Images; Figure 6 copyright © Steve Pile; Figure 8 copyright © 2001 Dirk H.R. Spennemann; Figure 9 copyright © Ken Preston Mafham/ Premaphotos/Nature Picture Library.

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