Donor Organization: Australian Government under its ICCAI programme

Exeuctive & Partner Organization: 

  • Executive: MECDM (Meteorology Division), Bureau of Meteorology/ CSIRO/ respective countries


The PCCSP is part of Australian Government’s International Climate Change Adaptation Initiative which commenced in 2008 to help meet high-priority adaptation needs of vulnerable countries in the Asia-Pacific region, especially Pacific Island countries and East Timor. The activities PCCSP engage in include tracking climate trends, investigating regional climate drivers, providing country climate projections and improving understanding of ocean processes, ocean acidification and sea level rise.

Objective: To develop the capacity of scientists, decision-makers and planners in partner countries to access and apply information and tools to identify adaptation responses.

Location: Regional (14 PICs and East Timor)

Time Frame: 2008- 2011

Total Cost/Budget: AUD $20 million

Status: Ongoing

Sector: Governance and Planning

Expected Outputs/Outcomes: 

Strengthening of the governance systems in ensuring that possible adaptation and mitigation measures are taken into consideration secondary curriculum establishment of knowledge hubs in Temotu province.

Contact Person(s):

  • David Hiriasi, Director, Meteorology Division, MECDM

National Climate Change Policy: N/A

Amount of Project Budget Spent to Date: N/A

Percentage of Project Budget Spent to Date: N/A