Samoan villagers adapt to realities of climate change

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Luatuanu’u village, Samoa
Daniel Dickinson/UN Radio

Villagers on the Pacific Ocean island of Samoa are adapting their way of life to counter the negative impacts of climate change.

A series of cyclones has devastated large swathes of the island, but now villagers are finding ways to protect themselves against disaster.

They're being supported by the UN Development Programme, UNDP.

Daniel Dickinson reports from the village of Luatuanu'u.

Duration: 3'11"

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