Island nation turns to metaverse to preserve its disappearing heritage

Island nation turns to metaverse to preserve its disappearing heritage


In the South Pacific, the island nation of Tuvalu decided to turn to Web3 technology in order to make sure its culture and society are preserved in the future. 

On Nov. 15 the country’s foreign minister, Simon Kofe, told the COP27 climate summit that it is looking for alternative ways to protect the county’s heritage against rising sea levels brought on by climate change. One of those ways is through recreating itself in the metaverse.

As highlighted by Minister Hon @Simon_Kofe in his speech to leaders at #COP27 we have had to act. As rising sea levels threaten to submerge our home we have made a radical plan for the survival of our nation. Visit https://t.co/AKOS8iul64
Save #Tuvalu. Save the world. pic.twitter.com/P8HMkwz4i7

— Tuvalu Ministry of Foreign Affairs

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