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The latest report from the world’s most authoritative source of | 25-May-2022
The importance of thorough consultation with the community and resource owners, aligning with government priorities and country aspirations that ensures all stakeholders understand project goals, were among the lessons highlighted by countries during the Global | 04-May-2022
Climate change is not something that will occur in the future. For people living in the Pacific, it is something they are facing already.  | 04-May-2022
Representatives of Pacific National Meteorological and Hydrological Services (NMHSs) and partner agencies came together during the tenth session of the Pacific Island | 04-May-2022
The data collected using tools from an Impacts Analysis methodology, designed to monitor the progress of | 04-May-2022
A milestone since the convening of the 175th session of the Ocean and | 04-May-2022
by Prof Mark Howden and ‘Ofa Ma’asi-Kaisamy*
With many parts of the Pacific still in flux due to COVID-19, a new report on climate change brings no solace for the region.
| 04-May-2022
Pacific island countries have reaped the benefits of using enhanced science-based | 04-May-2022
Commemorating over a decade of achievements made, the staff of the | 04-May-2022
Pacific countries, territories and Timor Leste, are learning about the purpose and features, including new ones, of the | 04-May-2022
Representatives from the Cook Islands, Federated States of Micronesia, Palau and Tonga have shared the successes, challenges and experiences of working with a tailored set of tools tested to assess im | 30-Mar-2022
by Tagaloa Cooper-Halo
Acting Director General and Director Climate Change Resilience
| 08-Mar-2022
The Pacific Climate Change Centre (PCCC) convened its first bi-annual Advisory Board meeting on 3 March 2022.  The meeting informed members of its progress for the period July- December 2021 including key priority activities for 2022. | 08-Mar-2022
The future of Pacific Islands’ future security requires aggressive emissions reductions by Western countries and wide implementation of | 08-Mar-2022
With the Pacific region being at the frontline to the impacts of the | 28-Feb-2022
A training to strengthen the understanding of risks and impacts of | 28-Feb-2022
Three months since the Glasgow Climate Pact came into being at COP26 in Glasgow last year, the Pacific have outlined how the UK COP26 Presidency can support our island region on their journey towards COP27. | 28-Feb-2022
The Hon. Alok Sharma – the UK COP 26 President, PSIDS Chair, Prime Minister of Samoa, Hon Fiame Naomi Mata’afa, President of the Republic of Palau, His Excellency Surangel S. Whipps Jnr, Hon Leaders, Ministers of the Pacific, Distinguished guests, colleagues, Ladies and Gentlemen. | 28-Feb-2022
The commitment, leadership and the amplified voice of the Pacific has been acknowledged as having played a key role in the “success” of the Twenty-Sixth Conference of the Parties to the UN Framework Convention on | 28-Feb-2022
The Pacific Islands are unpacking the Glasgow Climate Pact this week, continuing their work for a 1.5 Degree world.  Reflecting upon the outcomes of the Twenty-Sixth Conference of the Parties to the UN Framework Convention on | 16-Feb-2022
The inaugural meeting and onboarding of the first Pacific cohort of | 10-Feb-2022
Shining our spotlight on our Pacific People that work for our Pacific | 10-Feb-2022