Solomon Islands Photo Essay for UNDP

8 August 2014 — Communities struggle to fight against sea level rise changes in Solomon. Here is a photo essay I took last week including shots from an area buffered by a tumultuous sea, known as tasi mauri, or sea that is alive. Communities receive only one or two boats during the entire seven month rainy season from from February to August each year, making their survival dependant on their ability to grow food.

https://undp.exposure.co/af-solomon-islands

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2 thoughts on “Solomon Islands Photo Essay for UNDP

  1. Great article Dana. Tai and I just got back last night. A little weary today but what a great summer we had. Finished it off with a beautiful week in Maine. Wish you could have been there. But then you couldn’t have been doing your brilliant work in the Solomans. Hope to talk to you soon. Love, Dad

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