Working together for better climate change resilience and adaptation planning

The Pacific iCLIM project is a collaboration between the Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme (SPREP) and Griffith University. The project is supported by funding from the Australian Government’s Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.

Since its inception, the iCLIM project has made significant steps towards improving the level of awareness, capacity and technical solutions required for effective climate change data and information management in the Pacific.

The project commenced in March 2014, and in 2016 was funded for a second phase to December 2019.

Guiding principles

Supporting climate change information management in the Pacific

The Pacific iCLIM Project aims to enable better climate change resilience and adaptation planning in the Pacific by improving the discoverability, storage, access, and utilisation of climate change data and information. Since 2014 Griffith University has worked alongside SPREP to assist its Pacific island member states to access and share climate change data and information via the Pacific Climate Change Portal (PCCP). The PCCP provides a secure and stable regional hub for managing and sharing climate change data and information, creating improved regional awareness and technical capacity for knowledge management.


A new report on the use of climate change information for adaptation planning and decision making in the Pacific region has been published as part of the Pacific iCLIM project.

Read about the key findings & find out more