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A Samoan environmental advocate says climate change could decimate whole nations in the Pacific region. He says the solutions from last years Bali talks were flawed and focused on making money rather than protecting people and their environment. "The Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research in Auckland has come up saying on average we will get about nine cyclones a year in the South Pacific. We only need one cyclone in each of our countries to devastate the whole economy and therefore it's an issue of lfe and death for many of us."
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