Communities and Cultures

The Pacific Islands Climate Education Partnership (PCEP) has a strong focus on local cultures, experiences and knowledge of climate and education. The PCEP also has a major focus on Indigenous knowledge and ways of knowing/being. This part of the website will have resources related to the relationships between communities and cultures with climate, climate change, and climate impacts. Still under development, this part of the website is expected to be fully functional in the Summer of 2012. It will be integrated with the PCEP wiki that will have sections for each of the USAPI entities.

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Content originates from either the Education Resources Information Center (ERIC), from other sources vetted by WestEd (WestEd) or by the Pacific Islands Climate Education Partnership (PCEP), or from self-reported (and non-vetted) material entered directly by users/members.
Climate Change Matters Overview/Summary Document Climate Impacts, Communities and Cultures, Home and National Security, Economic Impacts PCEP
Pacific Climate Change Portal SPREP Climate Science, Climate Impacts, Communities and Cultures, Home and National Security, Fresh Water and Food Security, Ecosystems and Biodiversity Impacts, Public Health, Economic Impacts PCEP
Samoa Under Threat Andrea Torrice, distributed by Bullfrog Films Overview/Summary Document Communities and Cultures PCEP

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