New island ‘new rock’ in marshall Islands revitalisation plans
New island Marshall Islands – a new rock in a marshall of islands, revitalisation is on the cards for the marshall islands in the Indian Ocean.
The new island is named Plum Island and is being built on the site of the former Marshalls Island on the Marshall Islands, a small island in the Pacific Ocean.
It is part of a plan by the Indian government to improve the marshals natural resources and protect them from the effects of climate change, as well as help them survive in the future.
Marshalls Island is an important link in the network of islands which links the Pacific, Indian and African oceans.
It lies close to the Marshall islands biggest city, Port Moresby.
In addition to the island, the plan is to build a second island that will also be part of the Marshalls Islands revitalised network.
The island will be made up of two islands, one in the area of Marshalls, and another in the Marshlands.
This second island will contain a hospital, a hotel, and a sports facility.
There are currently no plans to demolish or rebuild Marshalls island, but the new island has been proposed as a temporary solution until the Marshals Island Natural Resource Management Act is passed in 2017.
The Marshalls islands natural resources include a number of natural areas including wetlands, rainforests, beaches, coral reefs and islands.
The plan has been approved by the Government of the Marshall Island, and is expected to be fully implemented by 2020.