Papua New Guinea's National Climate Change Policy document.
The Climate Change and Development Authority (CCDA) is embarking on a Regional Consultation to discuss how stakeholders can access the Green Climate Fund (GCF) and review the current Climate Change (Management) Act (CCMA), 2015 within the national, sub-national including district and local levels
“The diversity, value and importance of our natural environment never ceases to impress me. Yet the level of threats that our unique and fragile ecosystems are facing has also not ceased to concern me. It is for this reason that my officers and I, work tirelessly to ensure that we can have development while maintaining and preserving our strategic natural assets”. Hon. John Pundari MBA, CMG MP
The purpose of this one-day workshop was to inform other key stokeholes (government agencies) of the importance of enhancing equal gender participation in archiving food security in the country.
The National Agriculture and Livestock Policy provide the basis to make PNG agriculture more resilient to climate change. It identifies and adopts new varieties of crops, especially thermal resistant crops and alternative cropping pat-terns, capable of withstanding extremes of whether, long dry spells, flooding, and variable moisture availability. Agricul-ture will need to be progressively adapted to projected climate change and our agricultural research systems must be ori-ented to monitor and evaluate climate change and recommended changes in agriculture practices accordingly.