Building Climate Change resilience through Micronesia
On June 12 through June 18, 2017, Hatohobei Organization for People and Environment (HOPE) and its partners, (OneReef, YapCAP, Nimpal Community Marine Conservation Area and PIMPAC) reviewed and finalized the Video scripts and Video Toolkit on “Improving Climate Change Resilience in Micronesia”. We’re sorry. You don't have permission to access this page. Please sign up to have full access to this page.
The workshop is funded through a grant received bu HOPE in July 2016 titled “Improving Climate Change Resilinece in Micronesia” supported by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) through the Pacific-American Climate Fund.
The project is made possible by the generous support of the American people Other funding comes from The Nature Conservancy (TNC), Micronesia Conservation Trust (MCT), and the Pacific Island Marine Protected Area Community (PIMPAC). The Workshop aims to develop outline for a video toolkit that supports (1) communicating climate change impacts and understanding potential impacts to local communities, and (2) identifying early actions that communities can take to build resilience of natural and social systems (e.g livelihoods, food security, water security, culture, health and safety,) to these changes.
It also aims to develop outlines for two inspiring local case studies (i.e HelenReef and Nimpal Marine Conservation Area) of communities who have taken action to manage local resources and build resilience of their communities and natural resources. [/restrict]