Climate Change Programme case studies

Case studies

This is a building series of stories from across the Pacific, about communities and organisations working together to address climate change. Click on the photo to see each case study.
  • Amplifying Pacific voices

    We support our Pacific partners to reach a global audience with their climate experience and issues.

  • Pipeline progress

    Long-running partnerships and the technical support of The Pacific Community (SPC) are helping governments across the region to secure safe water for their people.

  • After the storm

    A new kind of insurance is giving small farmers and businesses hope of survival through the more frequent storms that come with climate change.

  • Knowing what’s left in the tank

    Technological cunning and community connections are combining to provide water shortage warning systems to suit local Pacific situations.

  • Planning around risk – Fiji

    Joining technical information about climate impacts to local knowledge and decision-making has created lasting solutions for this Fijian village.

  • Growing stronger

    Support from the Kiwa Initiative brings to life projects like this organic farming network across four Pacific countries – linking action on climate change and biodiversity protection.

  • Safe and secure water — Tonga

    Making communities stronger in the face of climate change is at the heart of efforts to improve water and sanitation systems in Tonga.

  • Using nature to tackle a trouble tree – Cook Islands

    A science partnership in the Cook Islands is lining up a beetle against an invasive tree species that threatens areas already under pressure from climate change.


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