Sinking Islands, Floating Nation: Can Artificial Islands Save This Country? | Op-Docs

Matthieu Rytz’s “Sinking Islands, Floating Nation,” which paints a visually stunning portrait of Kiribati, an island nation in the central Pacific that is facing an existential threat from rising sea levels. The Op-Doc is a companion piece to Rytz’s feature documentary “Anote’s Ark,” which follows the country’s now-retired president Anote Tong as he races to save a country that is slowly being swallowed by the ocean.

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