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Objectives and structure of the workshop. Purpose. Transfer results of the recent vulnerability assessment Identify priority adaptations to reduce risks and capitalise on opportuntiies. Background documents. www.fao.org/docrep/012/i0994e/i0994e00.htm. Background documents.

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Objectives and structure of the workshop


Purpose

  • Transfer results of the recent vulnerability assessment

  • Identify priority adaptations to reduce risks and capitalise on opportuntiies


Background documents

www.fao.org/docrep/012/i0994e/i0994e00.htm


Background documents


What you will learn

Projected changes to atmospheric and oceanic conditions

Ecosystems supporting fish

Fish stocks/aquaculture species

Implications for economic development, food security and livelihoods

Adaptations and policies to reduce threats and capitalise on opportunities


Climate change scenarios

Global emissions are tracking above A2 scenario

A2 (High)

B1 (Low)

Year


Vulnerability framework

  • For effects of projected changes on fish habitats, fish stocks and aquaculture species


Likelihood and confidence

Probability that a projection will occur based on expert opinion

Scientific understanding in support of a conclusion


The programme – how we will work


Discussion points - breakout groups

  • What did you find most interesting about the talk?

  • Is there anything you did not understand clearly?

  • What connection can you see to your work?


Groups

  • Aisake Batibasaga, AliferetiSenikau, Shichimba Fukuda, Mark Overmars, KesaiaTabunakawai, Joana, ParasNath, Morgan Pratchett

  • Shalendra Singh, KiniKeteca, Mika Vakasilimiratu, Masa Izumi, Marita Manley, SaurindraGoswani, Johanna Johnson

  • AlitiaCirikiyasawa, Sri Nandini, Janice Lough, BipenPrakash, KiniviliameKiliraki, BhahanPratap Singh, Laura Williams, Janice Lough

  • AtelaiteRokosuka, LebaRaketekete, Shalini Singh, Brad Carte, Samueli Telii, JeremieKaltavara, Johann Bell

  • Lindsay Chapman,Pranishma Kumar, SanailaNaqali, EsalaNayasi, William Morrel, Priyatma Singh, Penina Tuivanuyalewa , SavenacaKaunisela

  • Etuati Ropeti, JoelaCama, Alisi Vosalevu, Christine Fung, Indar Raj Singh, EsaromaLedua,  GunaMagesan, Valerie Allain

  • Monte Depaune, Stacey Jupiter, ManasaKatonivualiku, EtueniCaucau, , Vina Ram Bidesi, Tuake, MatelitaKedrayate, Alex Sen Gupta

  • Kilifi, Mere Lakeba, Sanajana Lal, , Sarah Tawaka, IUCN, Vilisi Ratukalou, AlokKalla, Peter Gehrke


The programme – how we will work


The programme – how we will work

  • Friday sessions


The programme – how we will work

  • Friday sessions


What you will be asked to think about

  • Reasons to combine adaptations to climate change with those for disaster risk management (DRM)

  • How best to integrate adaptations and policies into national plans and strategies

  • How to assist communities to understand the affects of climate change and evaluate their own vulnerability


Enjoy the workshop!


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