Chapter 1 - POCCA Assessment-reimagining ocean and climate
CHAPTER 1:
POCCA ASSESSMENT: REIMAGINING OCEAN AND CLIMATE
Chapter 2-Ocean-climate nexus-framing the science
CHAPTER 2:
OCEAN-CLIMATE NEXUS – FRAMING THE SCIENCE
Chapter 3-Ocean-climate nexus-governance
CHAPTER 3:
OCEAN-CLIMATE NEXUS – GOVERNANCE
Chapter 4-Regional climate & Ocean strategies, policies & frameworks-a stocktake of current status
CHAPTER 4:
REGIONAL CLIMATE AND OCEAN STRATEGIES, POLICIES AND FRAMEWORKS – A STOCKTAKE OF CURRENT STATUS
Chapter 5-We are the Moana-climate risks, narratives of vulnerability & indigenous pacific resilience
CHAPTER 5:
‘WE ARE THE MOANA’: CLIMATE RISKS, NARRATIVES OF VULNERABILITY AND INDIGENOUS PACIFIC RESILIENCE
Chapter 6 - Pacific people's perceptions of the climate crisis, the role of CSO & utilising education as an agency for the climate discrs
CHAPTER 6:
PACIFIC PEOPLE’S PERCEPTIONS OF THE CLIMATE CRISIS, THE ROLE OF CIVIL SOCIETY, AND UTILISING EDUCATION AS AN AGENCY FOR THE CLIMATE DISCOURSE
Chapter 7-Solwara, moana, ocean & local communities-the social, cultural & economic connections
CHAPTER 7:
SOLWARA, MOANA, OCEAN AND LOCAL COMMUNITIES—THE SOCIAL, CULTURAL AND ECONOMIC CONNECTIONS
Chapter 8-Safeguarding biodiversity through indigenous & local knowledge for climate change resilience
CHAPTER 8:
SAFEGUARDING BIODIVERSITY THROUGH INDIGENOUS AND LOCAL KNOWLEDGE FOR CLIMATE CHANGE RESILIENCE
Chapter 9 - Protecting our precious water security in a changing climate in Pacific Island Countries
CHAPTER 9:
PROTECTING OUR PRECIOUS: WATER SECURITY IN A CHANGING CLIMATE IN PACIFIC ISLAND COUNTRIES
Chapter 10-Safe livelihoods & social protection in a climate crisis
CHAPTER 10:
SAFE LIVELIHOODS & SOCIAL PROTECTION IN A CLIMATE CRISIS
Chapter 11-COVID-19, community health, & mitigating climate crisis
CHAPTER 11:
COVID-19, COMMUNITY HEALTH, AND MITIGATING CLIMATE CRISIS
Chapter 12-Climate crisis, food security & resilience
Climate Crisis, Food Security & Resilience
Chapter 13-Climate change & climate policies as sources of conflict & insecurity in the Pacific
Climate Change & Climate Policies as Sources of Conflict & Insecurity in the Pacific
Chapter 14-Climate crisis, geopolitical vulnerability, transnational crime & mitigation response
Climate Crisis, Geopolitical Vulnerability, Transnational Crime & Mitigation Response
Chapter 15-Loss, damage & compensation
Loss, Damage & Compensation
Chapter 16-Impacts on socio-economic & infrastructural development
Impacts on Socio-Economic & Infrastructural Development
Chapter 17-Climate crisis & cultural heritage-conversations
Climate Crisis & Cultural Heritage - Conversations
Chapter 18-Climate mobility & adaptation
Climate Mobility & Adaptation
Chapter 19-Climate finance & carbon market-Implications on local communities in the pacific
Climate Finance & Carbon Market - Implications on Local Communities in the Pacific
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About POCCA

The Pacific Ocean and Climate Crisis Assessment Project (POCCA) project gives voice to Pacific Indigenous knowledge systems and shows how they can coexist with Western scientific approaches. The project will provide a Pacific-based assessment by Pacific experts focusing on community-level adaptation and resilience capacity and how information can be incorporated into national and regional climate change policies, projects, and strategies. The data derived from this assessment will help Pacific governments frame policies and will be useful in global negotiations to promote the unique Pacific voices and experiences.

The POCCA project addresses key regional challenges by providing a comprehensive, interdisciplinary, multi-methodological, and integrated assessment of climate change, ocean projects, and activities covering 16 Pacific countries.

The three-year project is funded by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFAT), New Zealand co-ventured by the Pacific Center of Environment and Sustainable Development (PaCE-SD), the University of the South Pacific (USP) and the Macmillan Brown Centre for Pacific Studies, University of Canterbury (UC). 

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