Climate Change Threatens Fiji’s Mysterious Rugby Talent



For decades, many rugby observers in Fiji have wondered how is it that one small village on the Coral Coast of the main island in Fiji – Namatakula, keeps churning out amazingly talented rugby players who can switch codes at the drop of a hat and still make waves.

Now climate change threatens the village with rising sea levels eroding the coastline and flimsy seawall along the seafront of the village.

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