Insight for Monday 24 November 2008
Food supplies for a number of Pacific Island nations are coming under increasing threat.
A predicted rise in temperatures, possible changes in sea levels along with declining fish stocks and higher food prices are putting small island states under pressure.
Many are worried that people in the Pacific are facing a growing struggle to get enough food to feed their families.
Sara Vui-Talitu visits Samoa to see the efforts underway to ensure constant and affordable food supplies
Picture:Samoan taro farmer, Sapati Neru, on his plantation in Fagali'i near Apia