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Climate science central to building resilient Pacific communities

22 May 2019, Rarotonga, Cook Islands - The crucial role of science to help informed decision making in the face of climate change was stressed during a gathering of Pacific Met Directors and partners in the Cook Islands today.

Meeting for the annual review of the Climate and Ocean Support Program in the Pacific Phase 2, better known as COSPPac2.  The program works with Pacific island stakeholders to analyse and interpret climate, sea level data to produce valuable services for island communities.

Pacific islanders to benefit from computer based programs for their Met Services

18 July 2016, Rarotonga, Cook Islands - Fifteen Pacific Island Met Services across the region were gifted laptops to help strengthen their forecasting abilities using new 'downscaling' climate prediction software which will help provide weather and climate forecasts for Pacific island communities.

The Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme (SPREP) in partnership with the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Climate Center is embarking on the regional Met project Korea-Pacific Climate Prediction Project (ROKPI-CLIPS).

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