USFWS Climate Change in the Pacific Islands—In the Pacific Islands, the USFWS is collaborating with the Hawai`i Conservation Alliance and climate researchers at the University of Hawai`i, NOAA, USGS, and many others in order to assess historic climate trends and promote the development of regional climate models that will aid in estimating future climate conditions in the Pacific Islands.
Pacific RISA (NOAA)—Resilient and sustainable Pacific communities using climate information to manage risks and support practical decision-making about climate variability and change.
The Micronesia Challenge is a commitment by the Federated States of Micronesia, the Republic of the Marshall Islands, the Republic of Palau, Guam, and the Commonwealth of the Northern Marianas Islands to preserve the natural resources that are crucial to the survival of Pacific traditions, cultures and livelihoods.
Pacific Islands Climate Change Cooperative Planning Atlas—The Pacific Islands Climate Change Cooperative Planning Atlas is a data discovery, visualization, and analytical platform for stakeholders throughout the PICCC area. With the Atlas you can search, discover explore and analyze spatial datasets as well as visualize results of PICCC supported projects, collaborate on specific topics, create interactive maps, generate queries and reports, download data and publications and learn more about landscape scale conservation science and design in the region.
Pacific Resources for Education and Learning (PREL)serves the educational community with quality programs, services, and products developed to promote educational excellence. We work throughout school systems, from classroom to administration, and collaborate routinely with governments, communities, and businesses.
E Ho‘omau! (to persevere; to learn from the past and perpetuate the good) is a culturally rich curriculum development project funded under the Native Hawaiian Education Program of the U.S. Department of Education.
Pew Research Centre: The Politics of Climate—Polarized views about climate issues stretch from the causes and cures for climate change to trust in climate scientists and their research. But most Americans support a role for scientists in climate policy, and there is bipartisan support for expanding solar, wind energy.
PBS LearningMedia: Micronesia’s Changing Climate | Micronesia Conservation Trust—Discover what Pacific Island communities can do to reduce the impact of climate change in these four videos. In “The Problem,” fishermen discuss why things are “not right” in Micronesia; for example, fish stocks are declining and coral reefs are dying. In “The Cause,” we learn that these effects are linked to global climate change. In “The Greenhouse Effect,” we learn more about the science behind climate change. In “Adaptation,” we see how Micronesians are trying to reduce the harmful effects of climate change to preserve their homeland and secure their heritage.
COP 23: Bonn, Germany. The 2017 UN Climate Change Conference will take place from 6 to 17 November at the World Conference Center in Bonn, Germany, the seat of the Climate Change Secretariat. The Conference will be convened under the Presidency of Fiji.
Our Shared Seas is a guide of the primary ocean threats and trends to help funders, advocates, and governments make better, faster, and more informed decisions. The David and Lucile Packard Foundation commissioned California Environmental Associates to develop the guide for the increasing number of philanthropists and aid agencies that have risen to the challenges facing our ocean.
This piece, “Tell Them” focuses on climate change, a pressing threat for many low lying Pacific Island nations, including her own.
“My biggest passions are in education and environment, particularly climate change adaptation and resiliency. My job combines these two passions. I help run our Climate Change Adaptation, Disaster Risk Reduction & Education Program across the Federated States of Micronesia, the Marshall Islands and Palau.” Yolanda Joab – Rede Bundesparteitag 2017
Research programs at the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute (MBARI) encompass the entire ocean, from the surface waters to the deep seafloor, and from the coastal zone to the open sea. The need to understand the ocean in all its complexity and variability drives MBARI's research and development efforts.