PACPATH Workshop I in Noumea, New Caledonia

Date : Thursday 01/01/1970 To Thursday 01/01/1970

Our first stakeholder workshop took place in New Caledonia last October.  From Tuesday 18 to Friday 21 October, scientists and stakeholders from New Caledonia and Fiji worked actively on a common vision and sustainable and effective actions to collectively fight against the impacts of climate change on the ocean and livelihoods, in other words sustainability pathways.
Actors concerned with marine heat waves, coastal erosion, sea level rise, ocean acidification and deoxygenation where invited based on their interest, viewpoints and action capacity. Regional organizations, research institutes, universities, customary representatives, governments, provinces, municipalities, association of mayors, local structures and associations all worked for three full days to co-construct an initial socio-environmental diagnosis, reflecting the shared priorities and concerns and laying the foundations for concrete research, monitoring and adaptation actions.
An update with detailed information and illustrations of the workshop will be available soon on the website.
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Alexandre Ganachaud, coordinator PACPATH
Oceanographer, UMR LEGOS
IRD Representation in New Caledonia.

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