Food Systems Crucial for Pacific Islands at COP27
Photo: Karen Mapusua, SPC’s Director of the Land Resources Division, would like to see food high up on the loss and damage fund if it is agreed to.
COP 27: Samoa and the Pacific Community launch the Framework for Energy Security and Resilience in the Pacific (FESRIP)
At COP 27, the government of Samoa and the Pacific Community (SPC) officially launched the Framework for Energy Security and Resilience in the Pacific (FESRIP). This tool embodies Pacific Island countries and territories (PICTs) commitment to…
Pacific Way Podcast S04 - E10: Pacific Voices at COP27 - '1.5 to stay alive' for the blue pacific continent
The solidarity amongst the pacific islands delegation to conserve our region and protect it from the ongoing impacts of climate change was evident at the United Nations Climate Change conference or COP27. Climate Change Experts from the Pacific Community…
COP 27: What are the expectations for Pacific Island Countries? (Part 1)
With the slogan “Together for implementation”, COP 27 will focus on delivering greenhouse gas emission reductions and helping ensure a just transition to a net-zero economy. This year, 14 Pacific Island countries (PICs) will attend the conference to…
Enhancing Climate Action at COP27
On the road to COP 27... Egypt's COP27 presidency vision is to move from negotiations and planning to implementation. Now is the time for action on the ground. It is therefore incumbent upon us to move rapidly towards full, timely, inclusive, and at-…
In the Pacific, climate change is happening now
With many countries exposed to sea-level rise, dramatic increases in heat, and extreme precipitation forecast, the Pacific region is already affected by the impacts of climate change. Extreme weather events, displacement, food security issues are all…
Pacific Islanders: Failure to Commit to 1.5 Degrees at COP27 will Imperil the World’s Oceans
Pacific Islanders: Failure to Commit to 1.5 Degrees at COP27 will Imperil the World’s Oceans by Catherine Wilson
COP 26: the Pacific Community enhances access to climate finance in the Pacific
On the occasion of COP 26, the Pacific Community (SPC) remains committed to addressing challenges related to accessing climate finance for Pacific Island Countries and Territories (PICTs). While leaders and experts assert that PICTs are at the frontline…
Climat : la Communauté du Pacifique fait le bilan et dénonce des manquements
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Stat of the week: 0.63 is the average 2020 index score for adoption and implementation of national Disaster Risk Reduction strategies in line with the Sendai Framework
0.63: The average 2020 index score for adoption and implementation of national Disaster Risk Reduction strategies in line with the Sendai Framework, for the 12 Pacific Island countries and territories (PICTs) with a score (out of a maximum of 1.0).