Pacific Climate Change Science Training Module


A set of training materials developed as part of the PACCSAP Project consisting of:

  • a step-by-step training module on facilitating a one-day workshop on understanding climate change science, targeted at audiences in the Pacific island region and Timor-Leste.
  • PowerPoint presentations to accompany the training guide for each of the PACCSAP partner countries, as well as for the Pacific region (between 40-60 MB per presentation)

The training module contains facilitator notes and cross-references to the PowerPoint presentations, and explains participatory exercises aimed at enhancing capacity in understanding climate change science. It will assist staff in national meteorological services in the Pacific islands and other relevant organisations to communicate the findings from the reports: Climate Variability, Extremes and Change in the South-Western Pacific: New Science and Updated Country Reports (2014) and Climate Change in the Pacific: Scientific Assessment and New Research (2011).

The workshop presentation itself is targeted at officers working on climate change projects or activities across all sectors in Pacific island countries and Timor-Leste. It is designed to build knowledge of key climate change science concepts and the latest climate change science research for the region. 

The training materials are currently being updated. For further information, please contact the Pacific Climate Change Science team.


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Presentation, Report
040104 - Climate Change Processes, 130108 - Technical, Further and Workplace Education
http://www.pacificclimatechangescience.org/; http://www.bom.gov.au/climate/pacific/index-pacific.shtml
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© CSIRO and Australian Bureau of Meteorology
CSIRO, Bureau of Meteorology
For more information about the use of this resource, email paccsap@cawcr.gov.au,
2014/08