Issue 215 to 226.
Ecosystem-based adaptation through Locally Managed Marine Areas
CSIRO researchers have revisited an ecosystem-based adaptation project in Papua New Guinea ’s Kimbe Bay that’s using Locally Managed Marine Areas to protect near-shore marine ecosystems - and discovered lessons about making future projects more effective.
Pathways to prepare for and manage global change
Radical changes to our environment with climate change means we need to map adaptation pathways now that consider options and prepare us for future decisions.
How do we uncouple global development from resource use?
The world's use of finite resources continues to rise as global development continues. Can we help poorer nations raise their standard of living without exhausting all of our raw materials?
Tackling climate change and regional security in the Pacific
We need to identify Pacific hotspots where climate change will exacerbate other stresses and act to support these places before a crisis happens.