Tuvalu is looking to use its climate change fight as a marketing tool to attract more tourists.
The low lying coral atoll nation of just under 11-thousand people is the least visited country in the world.
But can Tuvalu's battle against rising seas attract more than the intrepid travellers visiting at present?
Sally Round paid a visit to the remote Pacific island and has this report.
Sally Round travelled to Tuvalu on a Pacific journalism grant funded by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade