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 Climate Change Directorate

All reports and documents on RMI's cultural resources for the various islands

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 Marshall Islands Environmental Protection Authority (RMIEPA),  Climate Change Directorate,  Marshall Islands Conservation Society

The accompanying report presents a complete flora of Majuro Atoll. It provides a convenient checklist for scientists, students, visitors and the general public.

 Marshall Islands Environmental Protection Authority (RMIEPA),  Climate Change Directorate,  Marshall Islands National Disaster Management Office (NDMO)

old images from 1979 of waves and erosion on Majuro atoll during Tropical Cyclone Alice

 Climate Change Directorate

The Majuro Declaration of Climate Leadership was adopted by the Leaders of the Pacific Islands Forum in 2013. The Declaration captures the Pacific’s political commitment to be a region of Climate Leaders, and to spark a “new wave of climate leadership” that can deliver a safe climate future for all.

 Climate Change Directorate

a presentation on the lessons learned from the Port of Majuro Master Plan

 Climate Change Directorate,  Marshall Islands Marine Resources Authority (MIMRA) - Oceanic Division ,  Marshall Islands Marine Resources Authority (MIMRA) - Coastal Division

A preliminary review of the results from the underwater survey in the Majuro atoll in 2004

 Marshall Islands Environmental Protection Authority (RMIEPA),  Climate Change Directorate

A technical report of the RMI Pacific Adaptation to Climate Change (PACC) project focusing on water resource management in the atoll of Majuro

 Climate Change Directorate

This paper presents a case study of traditional and contemporary settlement patterns of Majuro, and discusses its vulnerability to storm surges. The paper shows that the application of traditional knowledge extends to the realm of urban planning and that, in fact, ignoring this traditional knowledge as expressed in preWorld War II settlement patterns, exposes urban development to increased flood hazards, a risk which may exact a price too high in life and property.