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 Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme (SPREP)
Fiji’s marine ecosystems are worth FJ$2.5 billion per … … problem definition … problem definition-baseline … fiji … Land … Coastal and Marine … Biodiversity … Atmosphere …
 SPREP Pacific Environment Information Network (PEIN)
… in the Ba and Penang River catchments in Viti Levu, Fiji to identify the most cost-effective management options … … climate change … ecosystem-based adaptation … eba … fiji … invasive species … problem definition … problem …
 Pacific Data Hub
… Anon. 2014. Fiji climate change factsheet. Suva, Fiji: Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International …
 Pacific Data Hub
… Anon. 2014. Fiji climate change factsheet [poster]. Suva, Fiji: Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International …
 Pacific Data Hub

Maritime boundary treaty delimitation signed but not yet entered into force.

 Pacific Data Hub
… Maritime boundaries between Fiji and Solomon Islands is not settled. Layers is sourced …
 Pacific Data Hub
… Government of the French Republic and the Government of Fiji relating to the delimitation of their economic zone, 8 … Government of the French Republic and the Government of Fiji relating to the delimitation of their economic zone, 8 … and Wallis and Futuna and the exclusive economic zone of Fiji is based on the line of equidistance, with certain minor …
 Pacific Data Hub
… The Government of Fiji Gazette Supplement published the The Marine Spaces … its Dependencies) (Amendment) Order 2012 which contains Fiji’s claims over its territorial sea which extends from the … line of Ceva-i-Ra, from the archipelagic baselines of the Fiji archipelago, and from the straight baselines of Rotuma …
 Pacific Data Hub
… Contiguous Zone for Fiji extracted from the Global Marine Regions database …
 OECD
… This report presents the integrated case study for Fiji carried out under an OECD project on Development and … recent climate trends and climate change scenarios for Fiji are assessed, and key sectoral impacts are identified … assistance. Third, an in-depth analysis is conducted for Fiji’s coastal mangroves which help reduce coastal inundation …
 Pacific Data Hub
… on community-level, adaptation to climate change, Suva, Fiji Islands, 21-23 March 2005 … … Pacific Data Hub … …
 The University of the South Pacific
… Since 2001, the villagers in Vanuaso Tikina, Gau Island, Fiji, have collaborated with the University of the South … The experience is instructive to the rest of Fiji and other island and coastal societies where similar …
 AIACC

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

 Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme
… system of disaster response.. Four case study countries (Fiji, Cook Islands, Vanuatu and Samoa) were chosen for deeper … … disaster … disaster response … climate change … fiji … cook islands … vanuatu … samoa … adaptive capacity … …
 University of New South Wales,  Australian Tsunami Research Centre-Natural Hazards Research Laboratory
… through detailed case studies of current projects in Fiji and Samoa which highlight the challenges and best …
 Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme (SPREP),  Pacific Adaptation to Climate Change Programme (PACC)

For Pacific SIDS, the need for adaptation to climate change has become increasingly urgent. Long-term climate changes, including the increasing frequency and severity of extreme events such as high rainfall, droughts, tropical cyclones, and storm surges are affecting the lives and livelihoods of people in PICs. Coupled with non-climate drivers, such as inappropriate land use, overexploitation of resources, increasing urbanization and population increase, development in the region is increasingly undermined.

 UNEP, CBD

1. Article 6 of the Convention on Biological Diversity/ requires each Party to develop or adapt national strategies, plans or programmes for the conservation and sustainable use of biological diversity and to integrate, as far as possible and as appropriate, the conservation and sustainable use of biological
diversity into relevant sectoral or cross-sectoral plans, programmes and policies.

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Physical Description: 11 Pages

 Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme
… fsm … tokelau … tonga … republic of the marshall islands … fiji … kiribati … cook islands … pull … samoa … papua new …
 UNEP/CBD

The Pacific region has benefited from a number of regional and national programmes to both assess the impacts of climate change on biodiversity and develop programmes to adapt to climate change. Such programmes are critical considering that the Fourth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) 1/ states that the Pacific region has already experienced temperature increases of as much as 1°C since 1910.