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 Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (MNRE), Samoa

Dataset that provides a direct internet link to Samoa's climate change data portal

 Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (MNRE), Samoa

This dataset hosts all the climate risk profiles published for Samoa

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 Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (MNRE), Samoa

Under the GEF- funded project, ‘Integrating climate change risk in the Agriculture and Health Sectors in Samoa’ (ICCRAHS), this report was developed as requested by UNDP on behalf of MNRE, follows a two-day ‘Sector Engagement Workshop’ for MNRE and other Ministry staff. The report:

• summarises key ideas and responses from workshop participants which point to developments in climate services that are needed to fully engage users and enable improved decision making in Samoa;

 Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (MNRE), Samoa

This tropical cyclone season 2018 – 2019 highlighted that tropical Cyclone activity for Samoan region is expected to be above normal (elevated) risk with 2-3 cyclones that can pass within 400km radius of the country, with at least 1 tropical cyclone to reach Category 3 or greater.

*Excel Data extraction from the report*

 Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (MNRE), Samoa

This paper examines traditional ecological knowledge of weather and climate in Samoa. The research found
Samoans have their own unique seasonal calendar. The Samoan seasonal calendar is predominantly based on the observations of local environmental changes, which are in turn influenced by weather and climate.

 Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (MNRE), Samoa

This study examines the current influence of climate change on Samoa by looking at the three tenets of vulnerability: exposure, sensitivity, and adaptive capacity. It also analyzes how environmentally secure Samoa is and will be, using Thomas Homer Dixon’s theory on climate change and conflict. Finally, the paper seeks to outline the current system of adaptation awareness that exists between government, community and foreign aid
components, and propose future strategies.