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Help us, we're sinking


Help us, we're sinking, says Niue. The leader of the tiny Pacific nation of Niue has begged developed nations to urgently act on climate change, saying his country could be uninhabitable within decades. His country and other small Pacific nations are facing catastrophe if sea levels rise. "It is very serious because if they (the biggest polluting nations) don't listen now, and we don't do something now, we are gone. That is for sure, and we are scared. The problem is huge and I think the voices of the Pacific islands have been yelling for the last 15 or 20 years and nobody is listening...I am not a scientist, but I have been told our time is very short ... I think a few decades, it is very short."
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