- Objective 1 of CC Policy
- Objective 2 - All relevant Data & Information personnel
- Objective 3 - Capacity Building - Possible NCSA, FMCA, HACT - CDU needs new targeted Classes/Forms
MEIDECC with collaboration from UNDP will conduct a community consultations in Ha'apai & Vava'u.
The National Stakeholder's ODS training program is to enhance awareness on all the ozone depleting substances (ODS) imported to the kingdom of Tonga. Also promoting awareness on Tonga's movement to ratify the kigagli amendment to the Montreal Protocol.
Added to the program's main objectives is lecturing on the scinece of the ozone layer clarifying the important roles of the ozone and why it is important to preserve and protect our ozone layer of harmful anthropogenic activities.
Public awareness program is livestreamed from the radio and television Tonga so that it can reach people from the outer islands on the importance of keeping a safe environment and preserving our ozone layer from ordinary harmful human activities such as polluting the air. Also informing the people of Tonga to be aware of Tonga ratifying the kigali amendment to the montreal protocol and its overall significance to the kingdom of Tonga.
The three days training will be conducted by a senior officer from the custom's border control together with the principal ozone officer from the Department of Climate Change to create and promote more effective skills and knowledge on detecting and analysing the hydrocarbon gases imported to the Kingdom mainly hydroflurocarbons (HFCs).
The goal of the meetings is to enhance the Pacific Island's engagement with the GCF to deliver upon Pacific Island Country low carbon- high resilience development goals.
The Programme will focus on:
1. Increasing understanding of the GCF and the opportunities for Pacific Island countries
2. Further developing the Pacific Island Roadmap for engagement with the GCF. How is the sPacific progressing as a region? Identification of common regional goals. Pacific Coordination and the role of regional agencies.
New Special Management Areas (‘Utulei, ‘Utungake, Hunga, Talihau, Ofu, Falevai, Lape)
Logical Structure Process
This climate change awareness program highlights “one whole year” of Tonga’s ratification of the Paris Agreement on the 21st September 2016 at the United Nations Headquarters in New York. The National Climate Change Awareness will run from Wednesday, September 20th to Friday, September 22nd. A tree planting activity will be conducted in four high schools, on September 20th and will end with a panel discussion on Television Tonga.