Case Study: CRI as an ecosystems intervention

The Climate Resilient Islands Programme is one of the work packages contributing to the Ecosystems Intervention Area within MFAT’s Climate Change Programme. This was established in 2019 as a multi-faceted response to Pacific requests for support with the goal of boosting Pacific resilience to climate change. The goal of the Ecosystems Intervention Area is to Restore and protect ecosystems services that support development outcomes and adaptation to climate change.

Climate Resilient Islands, along with all other work that has gone towards the Ecosystems Intervention, was evaluated in 2023 by MFAT to understand the progress made so far towards the goal of the Ecosystems Intervention Area. This case study is a short summary of their assessment of CRI.

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Themes: Climate Resilience, CRI Programme
Resource Types: Case Study
Locations: Fiji, Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, Tonga, Tuvalu, Vanuatu