The banks of the South Pacific are the only places where people still make their homes on land.

But, in an era when climate change is affecting all of us, they are the first bank of sea that could prove to be a real test for the banks of sea.

Here’s what it will take to get this bank of water to thrive.

— ABC News article The Banks of the Sea, a partnership between the bank of islands and the Pacific Ocean Foundation, is the first major effort to get the banks up and running, according to its executive director, Andrew Hickey.

In an interview, Hickey said the plan is to have one bank and two small islands up and operating by the end of the year.

The first island, known as Pukapuunui, has just been designated as a new national park by the Department of Conservation.

The islands are just about 3,000 square miles and are located in the heart of the island chain, sandwiched between the two big islands of Tonga and Kiribati.

They’re the only part of the world where people can live on land without having to rely on a boat.

They have access to a variety of wildlife, including sharks and whales.

“We want to give people the opportunity to live in this beautiful place and be able to enjoy the coast, and we’re hoping that’s going to be the catalyst for more people coming in,” Hickey told ABC News.

“When people see this beautiful ocean and see what’s going on, they’ll think, ‘That’s where I want to go.'”

The first bank in the Pacific is a small one, with just a single island.

But with its massive ocean front, the banks can accommodate a lot more people than the bigger islands.

The Pacific Bank is located in a tiny village in Tonga.

Hickey says the banks are also being eyed by other islands, such as Kiribatis, who are trying to develop their own bank.

“This is the kind of bank we’re looking at,” Hicky said.

The Pacific Banks of Sea, as the islands are known, are the largest of the banks. “

And if it can be done with this technology, it can certainly be done for the rest of the ocean.”

The Pacific Banks of Sea, as the islands are known, are the largest of the banks.

They include Tonga, Kiribat, Tonga-Nau and Kiriwai.

Hinkson said the banks would only be up and operational in the first year, with the goal of establishing a fully operational one by 2021.

The bank is funded with public money, which is set to run out in 2024.

The idea is to create jobs, and to attract investors to help fund development of the islands.

But Hickey cautioned that the banks will not be a one-stop shop.

The banks have their own governance structure, including a board of directors and a board that is not accountable to anyone, but instead elected by the people of Tongas.

The public funding also comes at a cost, though.

Hickson said about half of the money goes to paying for the infrastructure for the islands, while the other half goes to salaries and the cost of maintaining the islands themselves.

“There’s a big investment required to sustain the banks in perpetuity,” Hickso said.

The funds are earmarked to pay for the first island’s development, which will allow the islands to attract tourists and eventually attract commercial activity.

But the island’s first goal is to be open for business as soon as possible.

Hikes on the islands will be phased in, and a visitor center will be built, along with a hotel, a supermarket and a sports facility.

Hickysons goal is that the island will be open by 2025, and that the islands would be able open for commercial fishing within two years.

“If the island can continue to be able … to support tourism, then there’s no reason why it can’t be open in 2023,” Hiccysons partner, Joe Daley, said.

He said the islands were a “huge win” in terms of economic development, tourism and climate change.

“The banks of islands have been a massive win for the islanders, for the Pacific and for the global economy,” he said.

Hicclyns plan is for the bank to operate for a year, and then open for banking.

But it will be the first of many projects.

Hinkysons plan calls for a major expansion of the banking infrastructure on Tongas two smaller islands.

He also envisions an expansion of Tongan banks to include the larger islands, but he said he has no timeline for that.

Hike the Banks is a project run by Hinkies group and funded by the Pacific Bank of the Pacific Foundation.