Australia, Dec. 5 -- By Erin Handley

Fijian man Kelepi Saukitoga is planning to move house. He has no choice - the ocean is lapping at his doorstep.

His house, in the village of Narikoso on Ono Island in Fiji, is where his grandparents grew up.

The villagers have planted mangroves and tried to build a seawall out of rocks, but the island is becoming inundated as the tide rises.

Saukitoga's house falls in an area severely prone to rising sea levels and it is a danger for his children, he told the ABC, as the sounds of his grandchild playing could be heard in the background.

"We're looking forward to the relocation because we're not looking after ourselves, but just we care about my children and my future generation."

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