I heart

Every time I try and write how much Kiribati means to me, I end up waffling, writing one paragraph that has 500 words and use the word ‘love’ twice in every sentence.  Therapeutic for me, crap reading for you. I left Kiribati almost two weeks ago and as always I feel as if part of…

Asking Professor Google…

Some of you may know that I have recently joined twitter.  For all those technological whizz-kids out there, I actually find it quite laughable that I am on this.  I was thinking about it this morning that for someone that says they have no idea about technology I have a blog, a twitter account, facebook,…

From little things…

For those who have read previous posts of mine, you would have some inkling that the UN Secretary General was going to visit Kiribati for a 2 day visit.  Mr Ban Ki-moon is the first UN Secretary General to visit not only Kiribati but also the Pacific Island area in 65 years so this is…

Is climate change slipping out of the frame? | Climate Spectator

Is climate change slipping out of the frame? | Climate Spectator. A review on the new film ‘The Hungry Tide’ about climate change and the effects in Kiribati.  More news on this to come and admittedly I haven’t it yet but I am very excited about it!  I’ll try and find a clip of the…

Tim Flannery chat at the National Theatre – London

Climate change is a bit of a buzz phrase at the moment, well I suppose it has been for some time.  And hey, I’ve joined the band wagon because I think it is the right thing to do.  A lot of people have an opinion on it and I certainly do but I also think…

Fishing from the kitchen sink

I have attached an article that my friend Will attached to a previous post.  This article is on the Maldives and how they are facing a similar problem with rising waters. As for Kiribati, sea walls are now a common thing around peoples houses.  I remember going there when I was four and the sea was close…