Samoa’s Climate Change Policy provides the foundation of actions to guide coherent coordination of climate change actions for Samoa.
The Republic of the Marshall Islands is a small country of 29 atolls and 5 islands comprised of about 70 square miles in land area spread over an expanse of ocean in the North Pacific of more than 700 square miles. The Marshallese people have a proud history of sustainably drawing from available resources and conserving the natural environment upon which their livelihoods depend.
Kiribati is highly vulnerable to the impacts of climate change and disasters. Its vulnerability is principally due to geological and physical features as well as inherent socio-economic characteristics. Climate change and disasters can have serious adverse impacts on the environment, the people of Kiribati and their livelihoods.
In response to international commitments and national needs, under the leadership of the Ministry of Economy, the Fijian Government has prepared this high-level strategic National Adaptation Plan (NAP) to spearhead ongoing efforts to comprehensively address climate change.