Small island states are typically depicted in global media as desperately sinking or moments away from total annihilation due to climate change. But...
Josephine Latu-Sanft (she/her)
Josephine has worked for 18 years in the field of communications, as a journalist, communications professional and educator. She has spent the last decade in multilateral organisations, working across more than 90 countries to shape messages around global issues, such as climate change, ocean protection and sustainable development. Josephine is a strong advocate for raising the voice of small island developing nations (or Big Ocean Sustainable States) in global discussions on issues that affect them the most, such as climate change.