This document aims to succinctly summarize the climate risks faced by Nauru. This includes rapid onset and long- term changes in key climate parameters, as well as impacts of these changes on communities, livelihoods and economies.
This report details independent views on challenges to implementing the Sendai Framework in eight Pacific economies. It does not pursue an in-depth analysis of constraints or impediments to implementation of the framework but seeks to present independent
This report is the first national empirical study representing the relationship between household vulnerability, human mobility and climate change in Nauru. The report is based upon accumulating data through quantitative and qualitative fieldwork carried
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This report summarizes the outcomes and technical discussions of the first Nansen Initiative Regional Consultation that took place from 21–24 May 2013 on Rarotonga, Cook Islands: “Human Mobility, Natural Disasters and Climate Change in the Pacific”.
On the island of Nauru, the combination of phosphate mining, heat and erosion, as well as possible coral bleaching is damaging the island's land, water and food security. In order to fully understand the situation in Nauru, the climate impacts that both indigenous Nauruans and refugees are facing need to be addressed.
This National Plan supports the government's disaster risk management policy and is intended to assist the process of effectively managing hazards and risks in Nauru. It is not intended for use in its entirety during a response to a disaster.
This Act to repeals the National Disaster Risk Management Act of 2008 and replaces it with a new law that provides for matters relating to disaster risk management in Nauru; to establish under law the National Emergency Services, the national disaster
The Security Council, convening to discuss the nexus between climate change and conflicts around the globe, considered several concrete proposals to guide the 15-member organ’s efforts — or those of other United Nations entities — on that evolving and increasingly critical issue.
An international initiative to improve early warning systems against extreme weather and support climate change adaptation is gaining momentum to protect more people in more places. Financing has been extended to cover the Caribbean and West African regions. The initiative is improving early warning systems to protect the most vulnerable populations in LDCs and SIDS.