The Pacific Adaptation (Costs and Benefits) Scenarios study aimed to increase the capacity of decision makers in Pacific Island Countries to assess the costs and benefits of adaptation strategies. To that end, a ‘water security’ cost-benefit case study was undertaken in Tuvalu. This is the technical report from the case study. This publication was produced under the Pacific-Australia Climate Change Science Adaptation Planning (PACCSAP) programme.

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Peter Kinrade, Nadja Arold, Phil Pickering (Marsden Jacob Associates), Eric Rooke (Gilbert & Sutherland), Joey Manfredo (DAI)
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Kinrade. P., Pickering. P., Manfredo. J., Manuella. T., Rooke. E. 2014, Pacific Adaptation Scenarios (Costs and Benefits): Water security in Tuvalu - Technical report. Department of the Environment, Canberra.
Australian Government Department of the Environment