In Panama, thousands of Guna islanders are on the risk of loosing their area due to the affects of global warming.

Children play at the beach as a local boat passes by the coast of Caledonia island in the region of Guna Yala, Panama.
Children play at the beach as a local boat passes by the coast of Caledonia island in the region of Guna Yala, Panama. (Reuters)

This week world leaders met in the German city of Bonn for the UN Climate Change conference. 

The meeting is the first since the UN warned previous targets to control global warming are slipping out of reach as the planet is currently on course for three degrees of global warming.

TRT World's Anelise Borges went to Panama to investigate how rising sea levels could affect one of Latin America's best-known indigenous groups.

Source: TRT World