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Multilateral environmental agreement negotiator's handbook : Pacific region

Pages from MEA Negotiations Handbook 2012 Final Web SmallThe MEA Handbook provides advise on handling the complexities of international environmental governance.  This handbook is a supplement to the "Taking the Floor" booklet, which has proven valuable for Pacific island negotiators at conferences on environment agreements.

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PACC Experiences 2

Pages from Experiences-2-FINAL-260314-webUsing cost-benefit analysis to inform climate change adaptation projects. The PACC Experiences series covers topic where PACC is building experience and knowledge.

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PACC Experiences 1

PACC Experience CVMainstreaming climate change into development in the Pacific. The PACC Experiences series covers topic where PACC is building experience and knowledge.

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Celebrating Women in the Pacific with SPREP

Pages from IWD 20141Celebrating Women in the Pacific with SPREP.  International Women's Day - Inspiring Change for a better Pacific Environment

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Mainstreaming Climate Change Adaptation in the Pacific : a practical guide

 Pages from PACC Mainstreaming 2014 Final Web-2This guide aims to provide an insight in to various questions about mainstreaming as well as provide a practical step-by-step framework on how to mainstream climate change into PICTs development plannimg and decision-making process.  The approach recommended in this guide combines standard policy cycles that are commonly used in the Pacific and elsewhere round the world with analytical inputs from the climate risk management (CRM) framework.

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Informing climate-resilient development: the application of cost-benefit analysis (CBA) in PACC programme - experiences and lessons learned in the application of CBA to PACC demonstation projects (PTR2)

Pages from PACCTechRep2This report has been developed to summarise and communicate the key outputs and learnings of the cost-benefit analysis (CBA) work programme as part of the Global Environment Facility's Special Climate Change Fund (GEF-SCCF) and AusAID-funded Pacific Adaptation to Climate Change (PACC) programme.

PACC Technical Report 2
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Informing climate-resilient development: the application of cost-benefit analysis (CBA) in PACC programme - experiences and lessons learned on capacity building (PTR1)

Pages from CBA Tech 1 Final WEB REF-2This report sets out the evaluation findings of the capacity-building components of the PACC CBA work programme.  A separate report, PACC Technical Report no. 2, sythesises the CBA reports completed under the work programme, and assesses the effectiveness of these CBAs for improving selection and design of the PACC pilot projects

PACC Technical Report 1
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Adapting to Climate Change in the Pacific: the PACC Programme

Pages from PACC Programme Final WEB REFThe Pacific Adaptation to Climate Change (PACC) programme began in 2009 a s a regional response to the climate change threat.It is currently the largest climate change adaptation initiative in the region, with activities in 14 Pacific island countries and territories...

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Report of the Second Meeting of the Pacific Meteorological Council (PMC-2)

Pages from FINAL PMC-2 Meeting Report copyThis is the final report of the 2nd Meeting of the Pacific Meteorological Council (PMC-2) held in Nadi, Fiji Islands, 01-05 July 2013.

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JNAP Development and implementation in the Pacific, experiences, lessons and way forward

JNAP The purpose of this report is to review the JNAP development and implementation process, and access lessons learnt for future JNAPs in the region.

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