According to the Union of Concerned Scientists, the seas around Kiribati are rising at 3.1mm per year and they expect this will continue until the end of the century. Making the total rise from 2003, to be over half a metre. Really? The info they used is from the IPCC 2007 report which used data from 1993 to 2003 to get this projection (and it is a global projection btw). Cherry picking anyone? Tide gauge data for Kiribati is available all the way back to 1949, and clearly contradicts the information on display from the UoCS.
The combined tide gauges sea level rate around Kiribati (raw data is publically available) is 1mm per year (my calculation 1949 to 2016).
Here is what the UoCS are suggesting is going to happen, compared to the reality of the data.
And they call themselves scientists.
For reference, here is the updated graph with all the individual tide gauges for Kiribati. Normalised to the Bom 1804 station.