The IPCC AR6 mentions that climate change affects the Pacific Islands and other countries due to sea-level rise and extreme climate events.
Pacific Islands have implemented traditional ecosystem-based climate adaptation strategies that are often overlooked but must be supported.
Tuvalu, with GCP's help, set up the Tuvalu Coastal Adaptation Project (TCAP) to protect itself from coastal hazards due to climate change.
The Pacific Climate Change Centre is a partnership between the governments of Japan and Samoa that the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) funded.
Climate change, El Niño, and La Niña phenomena are related, studies say. We must be guided in our climate adaptation and/or mitigation strategies.
Countries vulnerable to climate change and disaster will find the FRDP document useful in strengthening their climate adaptation and resilience program.
The case study that Dr. Theuns Hennings conducted on the Funafuti runway and other coastal airports show impacts of sea-level rise on coastal runways.
The research on ecosystem-based adaptation strategies in the Pacific Islands to build climate change resilience are useful for climate adaptation planning.
The World Bank published the report, "Pacific Possible: Climate and Disaster Resilience," which deals with climate adaptation costs, needed resilience strategies, and climate adaptation efforts on the Pacific Islands.