29 August 2014 Today the 350 Climate Warriors launched a massive traditional canoe on its way to stir up international awareness about climate change impacts in Vanuatu in developing countries. 350...More
A workshop on disaster early warning systems has benefited Councilors of the Port Vila Municipal Council (PVMC) with a focus on preparing their people on how to respond to any natural hazards that...More
On 11 and 12 March 2014, Tropical Cyclone (TC) Lusi struck Vanuatu, causing extensive damage to standing food crops and old locally constructed buildings in Torba, Penama, Sanma, Malampa and Shefa...More
The fortieth (40th) session of the UNFCCC Subsidiary Body for Implementation (SBI) and the Subsidiary Body for Scientific and Technological Advice (SBSTA), as well as the Ad Hoc Working Group on the...More
On 11 and 12 March 2014, Tropical Cyclone (TC) Lusi struck Vanuatu, causing extensive damage to standing food crops and old locally constructed buildings in Torba, Penama, Sanma, Malampa and Shefa...More
The Pacific Media and Climate Change Toolkit is a new online resource developed to help journalists in the region report on climate change and environment issues. Launched by the Secretariat of the...More
The Vanuatu Government through the Department of Energy is currently engaged on the Vanuatu Rural Electrification Project (VREP) which will be funded by the New Zealand Government through the World...More
A global campaign to improve weather and climate services for all small island developing states was launched today with the support of the World Meteorological Organisation (WMO), the Secretariat of...More
On August 4 through 8, the Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies (APCSS), in partnership with the Pacific Institute of Public Policy (PIPP) and the U.S. Pacific Command, will host a workshop in...More
The climate devision of the Vanuatu Meteorology and Geo-Hazards department (VMGD) advises that earlier this year it looked as though an EL Nino in 2014 was very likely, but over the past few months...More

What Is The NAB?

The NAB Secretariat's Malcolm Dalesa, Principal Scientific Officer: Climate Change Adaptation and DRR, gives an overview of how the NAB was formed, where it sits in the national framework of climate change and disaster risk reduction, how the NAB will work with government, civil society and NGOs, and the main work elements planned for 2014 onwards. 

The attached presentation gives examples of how NAB can provide assistance to those working on climate change and disaster risk reduction activities in Vanuatu.

A copy of the 'What is the NAB' presentation can be downloaded from this article.

UNFCCC capacity building project welcomes the public to provide their views and answers to the questions on different climate change issues related to Vanuatu's stand. Responses and answers to...More

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