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Two shared challenges of Pacific nations are solid waste management and energy security. In
many countries, rapid development and population growth have outpaced the capacity to deal
with the waste produced. In parallel, large sections of communities lack access to clean,
Institutional strengthening project to strengthen SPREP role as Direct Access Entity and engagement with the Green Climate Fund. This includes support for countries to progress pipeline projects.
To strengthen the role of the NDA at MECDM and support the work of the new Climate Resilience Finance Unit, (within the Ministry of Finance and Treasury) to engage with the Green Climate Fund.
Adaptation has been an important part of the national dialogue over the last two decades, evidenced by the strong emphasis placed on adaptation in Nauru’s first and second national communications to the UNFCCC in 2001 and 2015 respectively.
The GCF Readiness has provided the opportunity for the Niue’s NDA to begin assessing and identifying gaps in the government systems, networks and policies in order to strengthen its capacity so that it can fulfil its role to the GCF (and other climate finance donors) and support the country to re
RMI’s objective for Readiness II is to strengthen national and sub-regional (North Pacific) mechanisms to increase engagement with the Green Climate Fund. Under Readiness II, RMI seeks to:
Tuvalu is one of the world’s most vulnerable countries to climate change due to its topography, size, geographical remoteness and access to resources. Despite these challenges, it has become a leading voice for enhanced climate mitigation regionally and globally.
The project will expand the use of Climate Information Services (CIS) in five targeted sectors: tourism, agriculture, infrastructure, water management and fisheries.
The Pacific Fund has been established for the purposes of supporting meteorological operations, enhancing the availability of observations worldwide and protecting life and property in the Pacific region.
The New Zealand-Pacific Partnership on Ocean Acidification (PPOA) project is a collaborative effort between the Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme (SPREP), the University of the South Pacific, and the Pacific Community to build resilience to ocean acidification (OA) in Paci