Nina Lehman speaks about the country Tuvalu where she spent a month and a half on a project about climate change. Tuvalu is one of the most vulnerable countries in the world and is thought to be one of the first to go underwater due to sea level rise. Her presentation will touch on what she expected to see in the country versus what it is actually like.
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