The entire population of Kiribati Moved Because of rising Ocean
If you want to know which countries are the most miserable and most start to feel the effects of global warming, the Republic of Kiribati is the answer.
One result of global warming has taken some land in the Pacific countries, the rising sea water has touched the residential areas. This poses big problems for small countries 113 thousand people inhabited it, because they had no other islands in those countries that can be used to move.
Waves that have reached settlements in the coastal population continues to gather force in the region watu. Now, in their island is flat, the majority of people crammed into the city of Tarawa.
“This is the last place we lived, there was no place else than here,” said president of the Republic of Kiribati, Anote Tong.
To address this major problem, the previous president has accounted for a major plan to build a new artificial island that can be inhabited, but either because the costs are too large or for other reasons, this plan seems to be canceled.
Their solution is now drawn to a new effort so that they are allowed to buy land covering 5000 acres in the region of Fiji’s military government, precisely on the main island of Fiji, Vanua Levu. If allowed, the Kiribati government will soon move its citizens to place little by little.