Pacific Island countries may need to renegotiate fishing rights arrangements due to climate change induced tuna migration.
That is according to a recently released study - Warming Water Waters Threaten Tuna-Dependent Economies in the Pacific - which was carried out by Conservation International and a consortium of technical agencies.
The research found that, if global warming continues unabated, within 30 years the tuna catch will likely decline by 20 percent in the waters of Pacific countries.
In this fourth segment of a multi-part series I am joined by a panel of experts from some of the organisations who took part in the study. Here they are again introducing themselves.