Climate Change: Posters for Pacific Scenarios

I attended a conference in Fiji (August 2015), joining delegates from Pacific Region. They would address potential futures for the Pacific

01 tuna industry

The conference was held over three days.  Four groups collaborated on future issues affecting Pacific nations …

02 key points

The ideas gathered momentum …

03 collecting ideas

By elimination, key drivers would be identified …

04 key drivers climate change

The information and concepts kept on coming …

05 accumulating Post-It notes

The key drivers for different scenarios wre ranked, in order to define the most severe and most important ones …

06 ranking drivers

Once key drivers were found, four climate change scenarios were defined: ranging from worst-case to best-case scenario …

07 developing climate change scenarios

Below are some of the key issues that emerged …

08 key issues emerging

Each of the four scenarios were presented to the room.  These would then be debated …

09 presenting scenarios for debate

Three regional Pacific industry experts spoke to the group on the third afternoon of conference …

10 industry experts sharing

The four scenarios were illustrated during conference – based upon instructions from the four groups.  Below are two …

11 pacific region scenario

12 chaotic scenario

The ultimate goal of this initial conference will be a presentation at a world climate-change conference in Paris, December 2015.

13 Pacific Region Mission Statement