Tuvalu 2007

Yearbook 2007

Tuvalu. According to CountryAAH, Vaiaku is the capital city of Tuvalu. The countries that emit the most greenhouse gases must compensate Tuvalu for the effects of warming. This was stated by the country’s deputy prime minister, Tavau Teii, at the UN Climate Summit in New York in September.

Tuvalu is only an average of two meters above sea level and the islands are disappearing into the sea. According to some studies, the country is gone in 30-40 years. Tuvalu signed an agreement in 2001 with New Zealand, which promised to receive 75 tuvaluans a year threatened by homelessness. However, the fact that the islands are decomposed depends not only on global warming but also on human environmental impact, for example. tree shredding and the removal of sand from the beaches for use as building material. Tuvalu lacks fresh water and the residents must therefore store rainwater.

In his address to the UN, the Deputy Prime Minister said that Tuvalu should not rely on aid in terms of climate impact, but that the “large greenhouse gas emissions should pay for the impact they cause”. Tavau Teii suggested that the money to vulnerable countries like Tuvalu should be taken from new taxes on air travel and on cargo trips. He also launched an idea of ​​an international insurance policy for countries affected by the effects of climate change.

Tuvalu weather in March, April and May

According to Bridgat.com, daily temperatures averaging 31 ° C are to be expected over the next three months. The temperatures hardly fluctuate during this time.

Do you want to go on a beach holiday? The water temperatures are in March, April and May at about 29 ° C. This is great weather for a great time on the beach and in the water.

The expected rainfall is around 20 days in March, around 19 days in April and around 18 days in May.

In the period from March to May , the sun shines an average of 6 to 7 hours a day. The sunniest weather is in April in Funafuti, but with a little less sun you have to get by in March.