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Troubled Waters - 'Kiribati: more than a Canary in a Coalmine', Planet Magazine - Photography & article by Sara Penrhyn Jones
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This item contains documentation of research in support of the REF2021 Impact Case Study within the Geography & Environmental Studies Unit of Assessment (14), entitled "Increasing Resilience in Remote Societies facing Interconnected Sustainable Development, Climate Change and Disaster Risk Challenges (India & Kiribati)".
This item contains the link to the online location of an article authored by Sara Penrhyn Jones, 'Kiribati: more than a Canary in a Coalmine', appearing in Planet Magazine, Issue 235 (2019). This relates to the overall Collection surrounding the research output, Troubled Waters.
Photography and article by Sara Penrhyn Jones: Planet magazine, Issue 235 (Autumn, 2019): 'Kiribati: more than a Canary in a Coalmine'.
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An additional article related to this project was published in the Journal of Museum Ethnography, and is detailed in the below reference:
Woodham, A., Penrhyn Jones, S., Onciul, B.A., Gordon-Clark, M. (2018) 'Enduring connections: heritage, sustainable development, and climate change in Kiribati.' Journal of Museum Ethnography, 31, 199-211.
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