Vanuatu, is a chain of islands in the South Pacific on the front line of climate change. Named by the UN as the most prone country to hazardous risks due to cyclones, earthquakes, volcanoes and tsunamis, it is also gobsmackingly beautiful. In Vanuatu, ‘fores hemi laef’ or forests are life. This is modern forestry in action. It’s tough, it’s remote, but there’s plenty to enjoy. It’s foresters and communities working together for a sustainable future.
Ginny Stein is an award winning film-maker and former foreign correspondent. She has lived and worked in numerous countries across Asia, the Pacific, Africa, the America’s and the Middle East.
Her work in Vanuatu has focused on collaborative story-telling.