About 200 human rights workers in the Pacific have called for more research into how climate change is affecting people's human rights.
That's one of the findings of a new study into the rights situation across the Pacific, by the Human Rights Measurement Initiative.
In its newly released data, the group ranked how well countries are performing in several rights areas - such as access to health and education, political rights, and several others.
The iniative's co-founder, K Chad Clay, says the rankings were made through the assessments of more than 200 human rights workers around the Pacific.
But the biggest threat? They all said the climate crisis and indigenous sovereignty.
Jamie Tahana started by asking Dr Clay, why a new data set is needed.