POCCA Authors

Authors who worked with the POCCA project (In alphabet order)

Table Of Contents
  1. Chapter One: POCCA Assessment: Re-imaging Ocean and Climate Authors
  2. Chapter Two: Ocean – Climate Nexus: Framing the Science
  3. Chapter Three: Ocean – Climate Nexus: Governance
  4. Chapter Four: Regional Climate and Ocean Strategies, Policies and Frameworks – A Stocktake of Current Status
  5. Chapter Five: "We are Moana": Climate Risks, Narratives of Vulnerability and Indigenous Pacific Resilience
  6. Chapter Six: Pacific People’s Perceptions of the Climate Crisis, the Role of Civil Society, and Utilising Education as an Agency for the Climate Discourse
  7. Chapter Seven: Solwara, Moana, Ocean and Local Communities — The Social, Cultural and Economic Connections
  8. Chapter Eight: Safeguarding Biodiversity through Indigenous and Local Knowledge for Climate Change Resilience
  9. Chapter Nine: Water Security in a Changing Climate in Pacific Island Countries
  10. Chapter Ten: Safe Livelihoods & Social Protection in a Climate Crisis
  11. Chapter Eleven: COVID-19, Community Health, and Mitigating Climate Crisis
  12. Chapter Twelve: Climate Crisis, Food Security, & Resilience
  13. Chapter Thirteen: Climate Change & Climate Policies as Sources of Conflict & Insecurity in the Pacific
  14. Chapter Fourteen: Climate Crisis, Geopolitical Vulnerability, Transnational Crime and Mitigation Response
  15. Chapter Fifteen: Loss, Damage, & Compensation
  16. Chapter Sixteen: Impacts on Socio-Economic & Infrastructural Development
  17. Chapter Seventeen: Climate Crisis & Cultural Heritage: Conversations
  18. Chapter Eighteen: Climate Mobility & Adaptation
  19. Chapter Nineteen: Climate Finance & Carbon Market: Implications on Local Communities in the Pacific

Chapter One: POCCA Assessment: Re-imaging Ocean and Climate Authors

Chapter Two: Ocean – Climate Nexus: Framing the Science

Chapter Three: Ocean – Climate Nexus: Governance

Chapter Four: Regional Climate and Ocean Strategies, Policies and Frameworks – A Stocktake of Current Status

Chapter Five: “We are Moana”: Climate Risks, Narratives of Vulnerability and Indigenous Pacific Resilience

Chapter Six: Pacific People’s Perceptions of the Climate Crisis, the Role of Civil Society, and Utilising Education as an Agency for the Climate Discourse

Chapter Seven: Solwara, Moana, Ocean and Local Communities — The Social, Cultural and Economic Connections

Chapter Eight: Safeguarding Biodiversity through Indigenous and Local Knowledge for Climate Change Resilience

Chapter Nine: Water Security in a Changing Climate in Pacific Island Countries

  1. Chapter Ten: Safe Livelihoods & Social Protection in a Climate Crisis

    Chapter Eleven: COVID-19, Community Health, and Mitigating Climate Crisis

    Chapter Twelve: Climate Crisis, Food Security, & Resilience

    Chapter Thirteen: Climate Change & Climate Policies as Sources of Conflict & Insecurity in the Pacific

    Chapter Fourteen: Climate Crisis, Geopolitical Vulnerability, Transnational Crime and Mitigation Response

    Chapter Fifteen: Loss, Damage, & Compensation

    Chapter Sixteen: Impacts on Socio-Economic & Infrastructural Development

    Chapter Seventeen: Climate Crisis & Cultural Heritage: Conversations

    Chapter Eighteen: Climate Mobility & Adaptation

    Chapter Nineteen: Climate Finance & Carbon Market: Implications on Local Communities in the Pacific

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