Nairobi, Dec 4 (IANS) He’s young and the hope for millions of islanders across the globe for whom the nutrient-rich water technology for sustainable agriculture instead of soil that he’s promoting will help improve human health and resilience to climate change in the low-lying islands.

He’s 28-year-old Eritai Kateibwi, a native of low-lying nation Kiribati in the Pacific Ocean that’s under threat from climate change. He is winner of a 2017 UN Environment Young Champion of the Earth for his work on a hydroponics system.

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Source: Can India