The Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat (PIFS) recently undertook a climate change finance assessment in the Republic of the Marshall Islands (RMI) to help the small island nation better access and manage climate change finance…
The Global Carbon Atlas is a platform to explore and visualize the most up-to-date data on carbon fluxes resulting from human activities and natural processes…
An edited version of Kirk Huffman’s article on indigenous attitudes to climate change, published by the Australian Museum in its quarterly *Explore* magazine in 2009, has now been put online by the museum as a blog.
A free online training session: “Climate Change: Challenges and Solutions” will start on the 13th of January 2014.
The educator is Tim Lenton.
A free online training session: “Climate Literacy: Navigating Climate Change Conversations” is starting this week (30th of September 2013). The instructors are Dr. Sarah Burch and Dr. Sara Harris, from the University of British Columbia. Categories: Social Sciences; Energy & Earth Sciences.
The ‘Climate Change Adaptation Collection’ of Australian Policy Online lists various materials on this topic, under five categories: research, new research from NCCARF, commentary, video, audio.
On 5 September 2013, the Leaders of the Pacific Islands Forum adopted the ‘Majuro Declaration for Climate Leadership’.
The 12-page document says governments in the region are committed to demonstrating ‘climate leadership’ and calls on countries to list ‘specific’ pledges to reduce pollution.
The Vanuatu Meteorological and Geohazards Department in partnership
with the Vanuatu Department of Agriculture and Rural Development,
SPC-GIZ and Australian Bureau of Meteorology are currently engaged in
a national-wide research project to document the links between climate
variability, adaptation, traditional forecasting, traditional
adaptation and planting calendars.
This project page outlines general objectives:
Some interesting information on traditional planting calendars and
climate change are included in this 2012 summit report:
The ECOPAS website credits go to…
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