The Government of Fiji has set ambitious plans to support its most climate-impacted communities.
Geospatial applications as decision-support tools is helping prioritised pipeline projects with the evidence-based rationale it needs to pursue innovative financing solutions.
This platform provides a collection of decision support tools, including maps, apps,
and data layers supporting Fiji's climate change streams.
This initiative is part of a long-term, dedicated and nationally embedded support with the Climate Change Division, mapping projects and activities in collaboration with implementing ministries.
A series of web-map products and decision support tools supporting climate actions in Fiji
The App display FREF sites and Department of Energy's off-grid power distribution. FREF Phase 1 completed with 47 households on Vio electrified through Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation, Phase 2a is on-going with UK Government support.
The app display proposed -ebus routes and locations of EV charging stations. The E-Bus project is an electric Bus Shuttle Pilot Programme earmarked for the Suva-Nausori corridor (serving potentially up to 100 buses).Disclaimer: Preliminary routes are for reference only, and will be updated.
This app show communities that have been relocated due to climate induced hazards and communities that are currently scoped for relocation or alternative adaptation interventions.
Climate Change projections by CSIRO 2014, mapped across the Fiji Group linked to historical weather station averages. The data was shared by SPREP's PEBACC Project and Fiji Met Services.
This app tracks adaptation projects supported by CCD, highlighting past and on-going initiatives including on-going work on Nature-based Seawalls with Ministry of Waterways.
Nature-based Seawalls implemented by the Ministry of Waterways.
The Fiji Climate Change Portal (FCCP) and National Designated Authority (NDA) Portal is the central information hub for climate change and international cooperation
Though the long standing collaboration between CCD and UNOSAT the following tools were developed to support evidence based decision making. We collaborate to create smart tools that focus on design and delivery of innovative learning solutions that equip stakeholder beneficiaries with the technical skills to apply geospatial information technologies to sectoral needs, including using scientific information and spatial datasets in decision support products.
Supporting decision-makers in answering critical questions related to disaster risks and climate change resilience.
The open app is designed to provide farmers and agricultural communities with MoA information on crop suitability potential across the two main islands.
The map illustrates the use of NASADEM for calculation of the height above the nearest drainage (HAND) from a digital elevation model.
The interactive 3D application illustrates deforestation in Colo-i-Suva forest reserve park in Fiji between 2014 to 2019.
This interactive webapp can measure impact of different sea level rise scenarios on housing and relevant infrastructure.
Demo landslide susceptibility map using 6 factors. The mapping is generated applying 3 methodologies which are Linear Regression, Random Forest Regression, and Weighted overlay model.
A landslide susceptibility map was prepared using the geological classes and slop steepness to support delineating future landslide susceptible areas
This map illustrates mangrove areas that are extracted using Sentinel-2 multispectral satellite imagery acquired in 2020.
Request on-demand products through the Map Explorer app. Coming soon, a number of annual routine products will be made available.