Jaana Dielenberg

Project Officer

Click to edit position descriptionThe Adaptation Decision Support Tool is a component of the Pacific Climate Change Information Management project Pacific iCLIM.

I am working on an Adaptation Decision Support Tool, which is part of the Pacific Climate Change Information Management project Pacific iCLIM.

The project is part of Pacific iCLIM is being undertaken by Griffith University in collaboration with the Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environmental Programme (SPREP) and is funded by the Australian Government's Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. The project aims to support the regional management of climate change information in the Pacific.

The Adaptation Decision Support Tool will facilitate improved project identification and planning of climate change adaptation projects. It will be tailored to support the key areas of food security, water resources and coastal risk in the pacific.

Pilot work is being undertaken with government agencies in Tonga, Fiji and Vanuatu.

I have 16 years' experience working in environmental management and communication, stakeholder engagement and knowledge transfer for the environmental research and NRM sectors.

Jaana is a member of the following Themes, Networks or Projects

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Small Islands and Climate Change

Promoting an understanding of the vulnerabilities and resilience of islands not only among SIDS but also among countries with islands.
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Adaptation Decision Making

Sharing methods, tools and approaches for adaptation decision-making.
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53df691bc601b53c93edc6b35dccr - climate adaptation.

Communicating Climate Risk

Improving access and creating innovative ways to communicate climate risk.
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52dfc8e80eef8akp - climate adaptation.

Adaptation Knowledge Platform for Asia

Strengthening linkages between adaptation and the sustainable development agenda whilst enhancing institutional and research capacity.
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