John Kalmatak on Nguna island, Vanuatu
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COP21: 'If we don't look after Vanuatu there will be no future'

Only a few months after Vanuatu was hit hard by tropical cyclone Pam parts of country are suffering from drought.

Climate scientists think that extreme weather events like these will become more common as climate change continues.

John Kalmatak, who has lived on Nguna island for 76 years, explains how the sea is rising and eroding away Vanuatu.

  • 30 Nov 2015
  • From the section Asia
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