Animations on climate change in the Pacific

New animations intended to explain climate variability and climate change in
the Pacific, in an accessible manner, have been released.  These animations
– which are intended for use by Pacific communities, governments and civil
society groups – are a collaboration of the Red Cross and a number of other
Australian and Pacific organisations.

There is an animation for the ‘Pacific region’, see here:
http://www.pacificclimatechangescience.org/animations/climatecrab/

And one for Vanuatu (in english, bislama and french), see here:
http://www.pacificclimatechangescience.org/animations/cloudnasara/

 

Impact of climate change in Aboriginal Australia

Title of the report: Impact of climate change on health and wellbeing in remote Australian communities: a review of literature and scoping of adaptation options

Jane Addison, Cooperative Research Centre for Remote Economic Participation
(CRC-REP)
14 August, 2013

Executive summary: This report explores the relationship between climate change
and liveability in remote Australia. The term ‘liveability’ here describes the
state of wellbeing realised by the sum of interactions between the physical and
social environment, with health and infrastructure as the primary focus.

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Publication Type: Literature review
Publisher Type: Academic research centre
Coverage: Australia, Northern Territory, Queensland, Western Australia