This is to kindly invite you and your focal groups/networks to register and participate via on-line discussion on our “Global Learning Platform”. The platform is part of our 3 year project “Gender in adaptation and low carbon development”, implemented collaboratively between the Secretariat of the Pacific Community, GenderCC (Germany) and Centre for Global Change (Bangladesh).The aim of the platform is to create and advance our knowledge regarding tactics, strategies, tools and ideas of how we can achieve a
This video features conservation leaders, community activists, and government experts from Vanuatu sharing their experience and knowledge with fellow Ni-Vanuatu. Designed as a resource tool for communities who are responding to climate change, economies of scale, and population pressures, it addresses food security, natural resource use, and the importance of community managed conservation areas. Please follow the link.
Applications are now being accepted for the Pacific Islands Women in Leadership program (WIL). Up to 10 participants will be selected for the first cohort, which will take place at the East-West Center in Honolulu from November 3 - 26, 2013.
The Pacific Islands Women in Leadership program (WIL) is designed to create a vibrant network of women leaders across the Pacific region who will learn from each other and provide mutual support as they seek to bring about positive changes in their island societie
Ocean acidification is one of the most worrying impacts climate change will have on the Reef. This is a highly complex topic and this animation does not explain the process in detail, rather uses a characters experience of this phenomenon to illicit an emotional understanding that ocean acidification will alter life on coral reefs.
Pacific Data Hub
Participatory games for the “new normal”
Games are a fun but serious way of helping humanity tackle a changing climate in which complexities, volatilities and uncertainties could be hallmarks of the “new normal”.
Since 2011, the Red Cross Red Crescent Climate Centre and its partners have designed at least 45 new games about a wide range of key humanitarian issues, including:
• Disaster preparedness
• Food security
• Climate information
• Road safety