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The island of Nauru is home to over 200,000 people, the largest group of the 1. 2 billion people on the islands. In 2016, the last year for which data is available, Nauru's population was 679,871 (according to state numbers). The U. 's 2016 Population and Growth Report (PRR) highlights the extent to which the island is vulnerable to climate change and poverty. With over 844,000 U. people living in the north-east, some 2. 4 million Nauru people are at risk of being displaced due to climate change, said Dr. Kari Molnak of The University of California Berkeley. That's a huge number, and when you realize the extreme impacts they have on these communities, I couldn't think of a better example of how we can address our biggest challenge, she said. The PRR is a comprehensive evaluation of all aspects of the island, including public health, education, infrastructure, health services, the environment, public services and communities. Climate change is one of the biggest threats to Nauru. Climate change accounts for around 8% of its population, and island communities face more than 50% of the country's total annual carbon emissions.

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