Fiji’s National Climate Change Policy 2018 – 2030 is a foresight and evidence-based approach which targets reducing climate risks, with the aim of addressing the specific climate vulnerabilities faced by Fiji and the Fijian people. There are three central policy pillars: human-rights based, gender-responsive and evidence-based. The Policy sets out the Government’s position on climate change and identifies eight core principles, namely; sustainable well-being, social cohesion, inclusivity, partnership, agility, urgency, transparency and communication, and integrated learning. There is significant focus on transitioning the role of the private sector, diversifying Fiji’s climate finance sources, and ensuring that climate change adaptation, greenhouse-gas emissions mitigation, risk reduction, and environmental protection objectives and actions can be interlinked and collectively addressed.
Author: Fiji Ministry of Economy
Citation: Fiji Ministry of Economy. (2019). Republic of Fiji National Climate Change Policy 2018 – 2030. Suva, Fiji: Ministry of Economy. 89 p.
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