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View the PDF document Concepts, challenges, perception, awareness and implications of climate change adaptation in the Fiji Islands : a case study of Nayawa village, Nadroga and Vuake village, Yasawa Islands
Author:Cawanibuka, Lasarusa Turaga
Institution: The University of the South Pacific
Award: M.A.
Subject: Climatic changes -- Social aspects -- Fiji -- Nadroga, Climatic changes -- Social aspects -- Fiji -- Yasawa Islands, Climatic changes -- Economic aspects -- Fiji -- Nadroga, matic changes -- Economic aspects -- Fiji -- Yasawa Islands, Climatic changes -- Environmental aspects -- Fiji -- Nadroga, Climatic changes -- Environmental aspects -- Fiji -- Yasawa Islands
Date: 2016
Call No.: QC 903 .2 .F5 C39 2016
BRN: 1349579
Copyright:10-20% of this thesis may be copied without the authors written permission

Abstract: The purpose of the study was to identify the livelihood and environmental challenges experienced by two coastal villages in Fiji. In addition the study also intends to highlight peoples‟ perception regarding Climate change and Climate Change Adaptation (CCA). Implications of Climate change related hazards will be addressed and adaptive measures undertaken. The first study was conducted at Nayawa village located on the east bank of Sigatoka River in the peri-urban area of Sigatoka, Nadroga. The second study took place at Vuaki village, situated on the island of Matacawalevu in the Yasawa island group.
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