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 SPREP Climate Change Resilience (CCR)

End of Internship presentation on Pacific Climate Finance. Section are: climate finance challenges, overview of climate finance in the Pacific, and next steps.

 Department of Environment,  Climate Change & Emergency Management (DECEM),  FSM

Maps of AF project sites on Nukuoro and Kapingamarangi islands


 Department of Environment,  Climate Change & Emergency Management (DECEM),  FSM

This is the Pacific Studies Series for CLIMATE PROOFING - A Risk-based Approach to Adaptation Report by Asian Development Bank, published 2005

 Cook Islands National Environment Service

Contains census data reporting on the status of agriculture and fisheries in Cook Islands

 Nauru Department of Commerce,  Industry and Environment

Project Concept Note

 Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme

Graphs and tables quantifying the distribution of livestock and seedlings to the outer islands through the Livestock Project and Horticulture Project by the Ministry of Natural Resources and Commerce and the Taiwan Technical Mission.

 Climate Change Directorate

The RMI NAP process commenced after the 2050 Climate Strategy for RMI was published in September 2018. The 2050 Climate Strategy dealt mainly with mitigation issues with emissions targets for the Nationally Determined Contributions but also called for the urgent development of a National Adaptation Plan to provide for a balanced dialogue on RMI priorities for mitigation activity for reducing emissions and adaptation activity for addressing the potentially critical impacts of climate change.

 Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme (SPREP)

This report briefly summarises the opening ceremony for the new Lateu settlement in the Torba Province, Vanuatu. It is part of the Capacity Building for the Development of Adaptation in
Pacific Island Countries project (CBDAMPIC) funded by the CIDA and executed in the Pacific region by the Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme (SPREP). Proceedings


Climate change adaptation and disaster risk reduction (DRR) have similar aims and mutual benefits.However, to date the climate change and disaster risk management communities1 have operated largely in isolation from each other – for a number of reasons. This situation must change as a matter of urgency.Adaptation and DRR policy makers, experts and practitioners must communicate and collaborate with each other effectively to ensure a comprehensive risk management approach to development at local, national and international levels of government

Available online


Climate change2 is one of the most pressing issues for the Pacific Island countries (PICs). The impacts of climate variability and extreme events (cyclones, floods, droughts, sea

 University of New South Wales,  Australian Tsunami Research Centre-Natural Hazards Research Laboratory

Integrating community based disaster risk reduction (DRR) and climate change adaptation (CCA)
is identified at the policy and practical level as crucial to aid effectiveness. Successful integration
reduces both duplication of efforts and confusion at the community level. This research focuses
on Pacific community based DRR and CCA initiatives, and draws upon the knowledge and insight
of key stakeholders from multiple backgrounds to develop an understanding of the current status

 United Nations

This publication demonstrates the link between disaster riskreduction andclimate change adaptation, while contributing to the ongoing glolal effort to promote gender equality in socio-economic development.

Available online

Call Number: [EL]

Physical Description: 87 p.

 Pacific Adaptation to Climate Change Programme (PACC),  Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme (SPREP)

In Solomon Islands, the Pacific Adaptation to Climate Change (PACC) project focused on food security, with a goal
‘to contribute to reduced vulnerability and increased adaptive capacity to adverse effects of climate change in
Solomon Islands’. The pilot sites for the demonstration projects were the low lying atolls of Ontong Java and, in a
second phase, Sikaiana. These atolls are extremely isolated and are highly vulnerable in many respects. Climaterelated
threats mainly come from sea level rise and extreme weather events, and impacts on food security include

 Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme (SPREP)

The combined pressures of climate change and development will not only aggravate existing challenges to the conservation of biodiversity in the Pacific, but also introduce new difficulties. There are a wide range of historical, current and planned studies that examine specific aspects of the relationship between climate change, conservation and development in the Pacific.