SPC Deputy Director General discusses climate change impacts on food security and Pacific economies


A New York Climate Week virtual panel, SPC Deputy Director-General Cameron Diver discusses the impacts of Climate Change on Food Security, Pacific economies and how the Pacific Community acts to address these issues.

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Climate Change and Environmental Sustainability (CCES) Programme
Geoscience, Energy and Maritime (GEM) Division



Cameron Diver

Deputy Director-General Operations and Integration (Noumea)

Mr Cameron Diver has been appointed Deputy Director-General Operations and Integration at the Pacific Community (SPC), based in Noumea since January 2021.

Mr Cameron Diver previously served as the Deputy Director-General (Noumea) at SPC for seven years, where he was responsible for SPC’s operations and divisions based at its New Caledonian headquarters, together with its Micronesian Regional Office and European liaison office. He holds degrees in law and arts from the University of Auckland, a Master’s degree in law and a Diploma of Advanced Studies in public law and international relations from the University of New Caledonia. Mr Diver is a citizen of both New Zealand and France and is fluent in SPC’s two official languages: English and French.