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Here's why Tuvalu is planning to upload itself to the metaverse

Tuvalu plans to upload itself to the metaverse as a response to the threat of rising sea levels. Image: Pexels

Nick Kelly

Senior Lecturer in Interaction Design, Queensland University of Technology

Marcus Foth

Professor of Urban Informatics, Queensland University of Technology

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Tuvalu will be one of the first nations to go under as sea levels rise. Image: Pexels

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