Access to climate change information is one of Kiwa Initiative's goals
Eleven factsheets designed to convey and communicate the key findings of the latest Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report are available for all members of the public, so they can stay up to date with the latest developments and how climate change impacts them.
The factsheets, developed by a partnership between ANUICEDS and the Pacific Climate Change Centre (PCCC) hosted at the Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Programme (SPREP), were created to support the release of the report .
The report's conclusions once again identified Pacific nations as being the most susceptible and exposed to the effects of climate change!
The key results for climate change adaptation in the Pacific are summarized in seven information sheets – one summary sheet and six sectoral sheets on:
- Water and Sanitation
- Infrastructure and settlements
- Marine Ecosystems and Fisheries
- Health and Wellness
- Disaster Risk Management
These fact sheets are an excellent tool to understand and engage the general public on the subject and the impact on the region's communities, lifestyles, economies, food, security and culture.
Click here to discover the IPCC Pacific factsheets on adaptation https://bit.ly/3HaS7C6
More information Factsheets break down key messages in latest IPCC reports | Pacific Environment (sprep.org)