11 results
 Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme

This report is primarily directed to analyzing the legal aspects of ecosystem-based adaptation to climate change. It sketches the impacts of climate change in the Pacific Island countries, recognizing that climate change directly impacts ecosystems, which provide for the needs of people as well as for the maintenance of the natural environment.

 Solomon Islands Ministry of Environment,  Climate Change,  Disaster Management and Meteorology

This synthesis report provides an overview of the first seven steps involved to identify, prioritize, and implement ecosystem-based adaptation (EbA) projects in Honiara, Solomon Islands, and is based on a detailed series of technical reports prepared for the PEBACC project by BMT WBM, in collaboration with Ecological Solutions Solomon Islands and the University of Queensland.

 Vanuatu Department of Environmental Protection and Conservation

This report was commissioned by the Pacific Ecosystem-based Adaptation to Climate Change Project (PEBACC) – an International Climate Initiative (IKI) project implemented by SPREP in conjunction with the Government of Vanuatu. The project advocates ecosystem-based adaptation (EbA) as a cost-effective and appropriate response to climate change in Pacific island countries.

 Vanuatu Department of Environmental Protection and Conservation

This technical summary document reports on the findings from the first phase of ESRAM activity that was conducted in Greater Port Vila between January and June 2016.

 Vanuatu Department of Environmental Protection and Conservation

This synthesis report provides an overview of the first seven steps involved to identify, prioritise, and implement ecosystem-based adaptation (EbA) projects in Port Vila, Vanuatu, and is based on a detailed series of technical reports prepared for the PEBACC project.

 Environment and Conservation Division-MELAD

Beach ecosystem based adaptation (EbA) can increase resilience of beaches to storms and sea level rise, using access control fencing and gateways, beach vegetation replanting and use of brush matting to protect beach erosion scarps from direct wave action. This report is the result of a project that applied EbA methods at seven eroding beaches on Abaiang, all located on community land, in demonstrations involving all of the ten villages on the main island.

 ICUN

Scenarios- • Finding out what people want
• Scenarios can either be ideal
visions or expectations of
reality – both are useful
• They can be recorded
discussions, maps, models or
plans...
• A stand?alone component or
EBA added into existing
scenario building

Available online

Call Number: [EL]

Physical Description: 39 p.

 SPREP Pacific Environment Information Network (PEIN)

Vulnerable ecosystems-• Sea?level rise
• Increasing temperatures
• Changes in rainfall
• Ocean acidification
• Coral reefs
• Increased storm activity
Overall in Melanesia the central mountains of New
Guinea and the coral reefs and ocean life in the
outer islands of Papua New Guinea most impacted.
In the wider Pacific inundation is a major threat.

Available online

Call Number: [EL]

Physical Description: 22 p.

 Center for UN Education Reform

This book aims to make a contribution to the understanding of the current system of global environmental governance, its
strengths and weaknesses, and the options and opportunities to achieve much needed reform.

Call Number: [EL]

Physical Description: 90+ p.

 SPREP Pacific Environment Information Network (PEIN)

Natural disasters such as hurricanes, cyclones, and tropical depressions cause average annual direct losses of US$284 million in the Pacific. With a combined population of fewer than 10 million people, annual losses are the highest in the world on a per-capita basis. Extreme weather events such as heavy rainfall are closely linked to climate change, suggesting that Pacific Island nations face increasing risk of disasters such as flooding and landslides. Proactive management through infrastructure development, social solutions, and/or ecosystem-based adaptation can mitigate these risks.

 SPREP Pacific Environment Information Network (PEIN)

This report examines the role of the ecosystem services in reducing the vulnerability of the people of the Pacific Islands to climate change. Specifically, it describes the decision-making frameworks and the current state of knowledge of specific ecosystem-service/development relationships that are relevant to EbA.