08 September 2022, Apia Samoa - Practitioners working to strengthen the resilience of health systems in the Pacific have benefitted from the wisdom of one of the Pacific region’s most respected leaders. 

Sir Collin Tukuitonga, Knight of Companion of the New Zealand Order of Merit and Associate Dean Pacific and Associate Professor of the Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences, University of Auckland, shared his views on barriers, opportunities, and lessons learned in implementing climate action in the Pacific, including ways to build back better from COVID-19, during a Pacific Climate Change Centre (PCCC) virtual talanoa dialogue on 6 September 2022. 

The talanoa is a powerful sharing tool in the Pacific and PCCC was honored to host Sir Collin. It was part of the execution of the 12th executive training course delivered by the PCCC on “Health Systems and Climate Change: Enhancing Resilient and Low-carbon Development in the Pacific” 29 August – 6 October 2022. 

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