The Republic of Marshall Islands, like many Pacific island nations, is leading the world in planning and consideration for climate adaptation, as it looks to urgently respond and adapt to the threat of climate impacts and rising sea levels.

As citizens of a low-lying atoll nation, the Marshallese face an existential threat from climate change-induced sea level rise. This study and visual tool has been produced under the Building Resilience in Pacific Atoll Islands initiative to visualize the long-term climate impacts on Marshall Islands' urban communities and clearly show the adaptation pathways available to the Marshallese under various sea level rise scenarios. View it here