Collaborations The way forward for new climate policy

Throughout the Pacific, sea-level rise has not only generated plans for the relocation of populations, but such relocations are actually in progress. Yet, small island developing states are working together and working strategically to bring forward policy changes that prevent catastrophic climate change. Small island states are building the capacity of their United Nations missions by gathering together highly trained, professional staff and working collaboratively. SIDS are creating new networks of scientific, environmental and policy experts in order to share information and coordinate activities. SIDS are devising comprehensive political strategies for advancing their environment and development agenda - in the face of looming catastrophe. The efforts of small island developing states to tackle unimaginable livelihood threatening problems, with alacrity and courage, are a beacon to the rest of the world that strategic collaborations are the key sites for ushering forth monumental changes.

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