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Tuvalu: Country Profile

Area: 26 sq km (16 sq mi)
Population: 10,544 (2010 est.)
Capital city: Funafuti
People: Polynesian 96%, Micronesian 4%
Languages: Tuvaluan, English, Samoan, Kiribati (on the island of Nui)
Religions: Church of Tuvalu (Congregationalist) 97% 1.4%, Baha'i 1%, Other 0.6%Currency: Australian dollar (AUD); there is also a Tuvaluan dollar, which exists only as coinage

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Purisima sets out his vision for the V20 and the Philippines - Euromoney magazin...
Euromoney magazine Purisima sets out his vision for the V20 and the Philippines Euromoney magazine ?From the grass roots level ? our own people ? that region was mainly agricultural and they didn't have insurance for their crops, their structures, their businesses. Obviously, multilaterals...
Tuvalu\'s PM unhappy with lack of commitment to Climate Change Insurance - Loop ...
Loop PNG Tuvalu's PM unhappy with lack of commitment to Climate Change Insurance Loop PNG Speaking to Talamua just after the meeting communiqué was released, Sopoaga was very vocal in his thoughts about the North Korean issue and how the Pacific leaders responded to it quicker and made v...
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AlterNet Bernie Sanders: Why Medicare-for-All Is Good for Business AlterNet The ongoing failure of our health care system is directly attributable to the fact that it is largely designed not to provide quality care in a cost-effective way, but to make maximum profits for health insurance compa...
Leaders agree to support people displaced by eco challenges - Fiji Times
Fiji Times Leaders agree to support people displaced by eco challenges Fiji Times Tuvalu's Prime Minister Enele Sosene Sopoaga said the insurance facility aims to build resilience against impacts of climate change and SIS leaders "considered and agreed to its concept". "Th...
Tuvalu PM seeks commitment to climate change - The Guam Daily Post
Tuvalu PM seeks commitment to climate change The Guam Daily Post Tuvalu Prime Minister Enele Sopoaga left the Apia Pacific Islands Forum Leaders meeting in the weekend an unhappy man. Because there was no commitment to climate change Insurance as his country proposed. Sopoaga insisted that...
Fiji PM Frank Bainimarama\'s speech to the UNGA ? in full - Climate Home
Climate Home Fiji PM Frank Bainimarama's speech to the UNGA ? in full Climate Home In my own region, three of our neighbours are at risk, which is why Fiji has offered to give refuge to the people of Kiribati and Tuvalu in a worse case in which their homes sink beneath the waves altogether...
Australia\'s \'dirty\' coal hypocrisy threatens Pacific climate security - Asia ...
Asia Pacific Report Australia's 'dirty' coal hypocrisy threatens Pacific climate security Asia Pacific Report ... Pacific region. Maina Talia, from the Tuvalu Climate Action Network (TuCAN), said Pacific island leaders had again and again explained that climate change was the great...
Life at the sharp end of climate change - Euromoney magazine
Euromoney magazine Life at the sharp end of climate change Euromoney magazine Some, like Kiribati, Tuvalu and the Marshall Islands, face a genuine threat of disappearance. Others are imperilled by the warming and acidification of the seas that wrecks the coral that protects their coasts and fo...
 
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