Disasters, and therefore disaster response, in the Pacific are expected to be affected by climate change. This research addressed this issue, and focused on the immediate humanitarian needs following a disaster, drawing upon adaptive capacity as a concept to assess the resilience of individual organisations and the robustness of the broader system of disaster response..
Four case study countries (Fiji, Cook Islands, Vanuatu and Samoa) were chosen for deeper investigation of the range of issues present in the Pacific.
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POLYGON ((-217.64160633087 -3.2063329870791, -130.92282772064 7.3188817303668, -118.81344795227 -14.760731786926, -195.76658248901 -28.857510171188, -216.46971702576 -9.029776585788))
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University of Technology Sydney and the National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility
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Atmosphere and Climate