Such maps will allow the identification of the volume and location of specific agricultural products such as - for example - bread fruit and pandanus â which are critical to Pacific island food security. The status of land cover needs to be documented to create a baseline data allowing climate change and land use changes to be monitored over time. This mapping will enable further mapping at 1: 10,000 for protected areas, mapping and select hot spots for food security. Division will program training assistance with UNDP SEMRICC funding and funding from the Adaptation Fund. Training is expected to be both in country and in SOPAC SPC offices in Fiji.
Wednesday, September 5, 2012
Wednesday, September 30, 2015