As more cities and regions are hit hard by storms, public pressure for better infrastructure planning is growing. A consensus is emerging that in many cases, “putting it back the way it was” is not the right answer. Community leaders may be ready to take new actions to adapt to changing conditions, but may also be unsure whether such new ideas are good investments. They may well ask: “How much should we pay to lower risks, and where is the line between a wise choice and a foolish one?
COAST predicts dama
Climate Investment Database
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.
official MACBIO Project website
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