Future of the Environment

How Fiji is using built and natural infrastructure for climate adaptation

Natural infrastructure harnesses the benefits of ecosystems like mangrove forests. Image: World Resources Institute

Moushumi Chaudhury
Associate, Climate Resilience
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 Stacking tires along the shore in Taiperia, Fiji helps prevent coastal erosion.
Image: World Resources Institute
 Mangroves protect communities in Fiji from strong waves and winds.
Image: World Resources Institute

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Namoli Village in Fiji is building a sea wall to protect against sea level rise.
Image: World Resources Institute
Houses in Koroipita Village, Fiji are built to withstand cyclones.
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 The drainage system in Koroipita Village, Fiji can channel excess water during heavy rains and floods.
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