While the Pacific Islands have been identified as climate change risk areas, we cannot deny the fact that they are experiencing the effects of climate change now.
Not only that, we have known how natural calamities, especially strong typhoons, would strike the Pacific region each year.
How would the Pacific countries be able to cope with these challenges?
The document “Framework for Resilient Development in the Pacific: An Integrated Approach to Address Climate Change and Disaster Risk Management or FRDP is a very good resource for building resilience against climate change effects and the occurrence of calamitous natural events.
To know more about the FRDP, please read the article that the Climate Adaptation Platform had published on it by CLICKING on the button below:
PHOTO CREDIT: Rosy Poilapa. Used with permission.