Thomson Reuters Foundation
July 27, 2018
An aerial view of the Republic of Palau in the western Pacific Ocean, July 19, 2018.
Hurricanes, plastic pollution, dirty energy, water shortages, mass tourism, migration...
The Reinventing Islands series explores how small islands are innovating to become more resilient in the face of these growing pressures.
Dive into the full insight piece and catch up with some of the stories in the series:
In British Virgin Islands, hurricane whips up green energy transition
New reality’ dawns for storm-stunned islands
Techno and test-tubes: Climate-hit Caribbean touts new tourism
Syrian refugees find safe haven but no secure future on Greek island
Caribbean islands plug into electric car revolution
Barbados shipping-container diet whets appetite for slow food
'Sun and Data': Mallorca upgrades to a green tech future
Saltwater treatment plant brings 'tasty tea' to Indian island
Storm spurs Caribbean island to recover lost paradise
Venezuelans fleeing to Trinidad expose cracks in island refugee policy
Trash heroes and scavenger apps battle Bali 'garbage emergency'
Are the Caribbean's wealthy new citizens a lifeline or a liability?
After devastating 2017 hurricanes, British Virgin Islands race to 'build back better'
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