Pacific girls in a changing climate

Help build a better future by sharing your experiences of climate change

We’re supporting girls from the Pacific to play a leading role in adapting their communities to become more resilient to the effects of climate change.

This is the decade for accelerated, targeted and meaningful climate action.  

Climate change poses a profound threat to the lives and livelihoods of island nation communities in the Pacific Ocean. 

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Pacific nations are at the front line of the most extreme impacts of climate change. They face both slow onset events, including rising sea levels that threaten to drown low lying islands and atolls, and increasingly extreme weather events, such as cyclones and typhoons. These cause displacement, destroy homes and livelihoods and threaten water supplies, among other losses and damages.  

In many ways, climate change has placed Pacific nations in a state of protracted crisis which we know affect adolescent girls in ways that are different to women and children. 

Plan International is creating safer and brave spaces to provide training for Pacific girls to build confidence and skills for meaningful engagement in climate change adaptation, as well as in national, regional and international strategies, polices and processes. 

Take our survey and share your story to help build a better future for girls in the Pacific.


Do you live in the Pacific? Are you aged 10-18? We want to hear from YOU! How has climate change impacted your life? And what are the changes you want to see to address climate change? Complete our survey and have your say. 

Share your climate change story

Would you like to share your story of how climate change has impacted your life, or the things you’re doing to address climate change? You can choose to upload a video, drawing, written story or other creative storytelling methods!