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Climate Champions is a four-part audio series from Devex focusing on climate change and small island developing states. Each episode we'll be speaking to people from different island nations about how climate change is affecting their communities, and the innovative ways they're dealing with it.

This audio miniseries is part of our wider Turning the Tide series, which you can visit at turningthetide.devex.com.

Turning the Tide: Climate Champions Devex

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Climate Champions is a four-part audio series from Devex focusing on climate change and small island developing states. Each episode we'll be speaking to people from different island nations about how climate change is affecting their communities, and the innovative ways they're dealing with it.

This audio miniseries is part of our wider Turning the Tide series, which you can visit at turningthetide.devex.com.

    Episode 2: The complexity of climate-change induced migration with Anote Tong

    Episode 2: The complexity of climate-change induced migration with Anote Tong

    Kiribati has one of the lowest carbon-emission footprints in the world. But, with the highest points of these 33 low-lying atolls rising to just a few meters above sea level, the country is also one of the most vulnerable to the impacts of climate change.

    In the second episode of the Turning the Tide: Climate Champions podcast, Devex speaks to Kiribati's former president, Anote Tong, about the sensitivities surrounding climate-change induced migration and the need for the global community to cooperate on solutions to the challenges posed by climate change.

    • 15 min
    Episode 1: A local approach to climate change in Jamaica with Suzanne Stanley

    Episode 1: A local approach to climate change in Jamaica with Suzanne Stanley

    The Caribbean island of Jamaica is just one of many small island developing states under threat due to the impacts of climate change.

    Devex sat down with Suzanne Stanley, CEO of the Jamaica Environment Trust, to find out more about the work of JET and why they see education as being key to combating climate impacts.

    • 16 min

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