The nation's stewardship will focus on protecting habitat and culture while maintaining food security and generating a sustainable economy.
The Torres Strait Islanders say they're already experiencing coastal erosion and are seeking to require the government to cut greenhouse emissions in line with climate science.
Wired magazine says it could be “the most important climate policy you have never heard of.”
Meanwhile, in "the youth will save us"** news...
The crabs eat the algae that has been killing coral in the region.
Turns out the history of cities isn't nature vs. civilization – it's nature inextricably intertwined with civilization.
The finding is based on the Convention on the Rights of the Child, which states that "“Children have the right to a clean, healthy and sustainable environment."