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Population, climate pressures imperil Solomon Islands' food security

By Catherine Wilson | Wed, 11 Dec 2013 14:39 PM
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BUALA, Solomon Islands (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - The peaceful Maringe coastal lagoon in the Solomon Islands’ remote Isabel province may not look like a place threatened by food insecurity. But declining marine resources and rapid population growth have galvanised local leaders into considering the emerging signs of climate change and taking action to protect fish and other marine life.


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