Journey to Fiji, through 360° Virtual Reality (VR), immersing yourself in the lives of four extraordinary people: Catalina, Rai, Asmita and Rupeni. See how climate change is impacting their lives now, and what it could mean for the their future. (This film is best experienced with headphones).
After your journey learn more about what is being done in Fiji to inform investment decisions for the future, and to quantify and enhance your understanding of the threat that natural hazards and climate change pose to Fiji by clicking here .
The full report, Climate Vulnerability Assessment: Making Fiji Climate Resilient, can be found here . The Climate Vulnerability Assessment considers multiple aspects of climate vulnerability, including infrastructure, governance and financing, socioeconomic aspects and population characteristics, and the environment. Many of the findings can be applied to other low-lying countries, particularly in the Pacific region, and the methodology used can support the design and update of the adaptation components of the Nationally Determined Contributions of the Paris Agreement.Climate Vulnerability Assessment: Making Fiji Climate Resilient was prepared by the Fijian government, in partnership with the World Bank, Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery and the ACP-EU Natural Disaster Risk Reduction Program.
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