Ebeye, Marshalls Islands, The people of the Marshall Islands are at the forefront of receiving the effects of climate change. If the strong immission of carbon dioxide in the global atmosphere is not stopped, the first to see their beloved lands disappear will be these very people The population density is the highest in the Pacific, have earned Ebeye the nickname of "Pacific Slum". But once you get here, you realise that this nickname does not reveal the whole truth. In fact, many of the inhabitants who have studied or lived in the US prefer to return here where an atmosphere of peace and tranquillity reigns. Children are free to run around and play where they please, life is regulated at a non-stressful pace and everyone lives in symbiosis with their beloved land.The main income for Ebeye residents is from the relatively small number of people employed on the Kwajalein military base. The money earned supports the population of around 15,000 on 80 acres (32 hectacres) of land. Over 50% of the population is estimated to be under the age of 18, and Ebeye is one of the most densely populated places in the world.