Most world maps wipe out much of Oceania

"The truncated continent," Oceania is bisected if not plainly obliterated by most world maps, straddling the edges and hidden under captions and legends. Lightly populated as Pacific islands are, when it comes to climate change, the omission is a cruel one.

…it cuts out exactly these parts of the world that are arguably most affected by climate change — the 20.000–30.000 Pacific islands, atolls, archipelagos, and micro-nations. The effects of sea-level rise already manifest in a mounting refugee stream from sinking Micronesian islands to Hawa

This map of the Pacific uses the same projection as the UN logo: