Ulamila Kurai Wragg is a mother of four. Frustrated by the lack of awareness of climate change issues in her region, Ulamila has set up a media network that aims to be a platform for climate impact stories in the Pacific.
In this video, she stands before a sea wall that’s been built to stop the encroaching seas from washing away her family’s home. Stay tuned for more stories from the people we are speaking to in the Pacific.
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