Climate Change in the Pacific 2022: Historical and Recent Variability, Extremes and Change Report

COP 27: New declaration to enhance Pacific Countries action in the fight against climate change

COP 27 SIDE EVENT: The Kiwa Initiative or how to address climate change adaptation and Nature-based Solutions funding in the Pacific

The Kiwa Initiative to strengthen the resilience of ecosystems, economies and communities in Pacific Island Countries and Territories (PICTs) through Nature-based Solutions. This event will feature presentation and experience sharing from PICTs…

COP 27: What are the expectations for Pacific Island Countries? (Part 2)

With the slogan "Together for implementation", COP 27 will focus on delivering greenhouse gas emission reductions and helping ensure a just transition to a net-zero economy. This year, 14 Pacific Island countries will attend the conference to raise their…

COP 27: What are the expectations for Pacific Island Countries? (Part 1)

With the slogan “Together for implementation”, COP 27 will focus on delivering greenhouse gas emission reductions and helping ensure a just transition to a net-zero economy. This year, 14 Pacific Island countries (PICs) will attend the conference to…

Enhancing Climate Action at COP27

On the road to COP 27... Egypt's COP27 presidency vision is to move from negotiations and planning to implementation. Now is the time for action on the ground. It is therefore incumbent upon us to move rapidly towards full, timely, inclusive, and at-…

Advancing climate change monitoring in the Pacific Islands Countries and Territories through household surveys

No country is immune to the impacts of climate change, much less the Pacific Island Countries and Territories (PICTs). The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change's most recent report indicates that climate change will likely increase the frequency and…

Webinar IFRI-SPC : Climate change: the Pacific Islands Countries, 7 years after the Paris agreement

The Pacific Islands countries (PICs) were the first to ratify the Paris climate accords in 2015. Indeed, they are particularly vulnerable to the multiple impacts of climate change (more frequent and more intense natural disasters, rising sea levels,…

Green News: Switching to renewable energy could save trillions worldwide

Switching from fossil fuels to renewable energy could save the world as much as $12tn (£10.2tn) by 2050, an Oxford University study says. The report's findings are based on looking at historic price data for renewables and fossil fuels and then modelling…

Ocean acidification: a tide of challenges for Pacific Islanders

Over the past few decades, the ocean has slowed down the rate of climate change by absorbing nearly 30% of anthropogenic carbon dioxide emissions. It regulates climate and temperature, provides food security, and supports the livelihoods of Pacific…
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