PACE-SD has produced a number of refereed papers; books/chapters; technical documents; research proposals, concept papers and consultancy reports during the last five years and only papers connected with PACE's work is listed here.
[Note: Authors in bold are/were PACE staff]
PACE-SD Occasional Papers is a series of papers on topics to do with the Environment and Sustainable Development in the Pacific Islands region. The views expressed are those of the authors and not necessarily those of the University of the South Pacific.
K Koshy, L Limalevu, Application of an Integrated Assessment and Action Methodology to address Climate Change, Climate-induced Natural Disasters and to Facilitate Community-based Sustainable Development [Peer reviewed conference proceedings of the South China Sea Tsunami Conference 03-05 November, 2009, Eureka Comples, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Penang, Malaysia Proceedings, USM, to be published in Nov 2010]
Bill Aalbersberg, Patrina Dumaru, Leone Limalevu and Tony Weir, Community Adaptation in Fiji: some lessons learnt, PACE-SD Occasional Paper 2010/1
LLimalevu, Nai Veisau ni draki kei iko, ["Climate Change and You"], PACE-SD Occasional Paper 2010/2.
T Weir and Z Virani, Three linked risks for development in the Pacific Islands: Climate Change, Natural disasters and Conflict, PACE-SD. Occasional Paper 2010/3
T Weir & Z Virani, “Three linked risks for development in the Pacific Islands: climate change, disasters and conflict”, Climate and Development, vol 3, pp193-208 (2011) , doi 10.1080.17565529.2011.603193
Leone Limalevu, Bill Aalbersberg, Patrina Dumaru and Tony Weir,"Community Adaptation in a Small Island Developing Country", Tiempo (August 2010)
Murari Lal, J L McGregor, and K C Nyugen (2008) , " Very High Resolution climate simulation over Fiji using a global variable resolution model", Climate Dynamics, 30, 293-305
S Kad & T Weir, " Virgin coconut oil as a tool for sustainable development in outer islands", Pacific Economic bulletin, 23, 50-62(2008)
Mataki M, Koshy K, Lal M " Baseline Climatology of Viti Levu (Fiji) and Current Climatic trends", Pacific Science, Vol 60, pp 49-68 (Jan 2006).
W Moomaw, F. Yamba, M. Kamimoto, L. Maurice, J. Nyboer, K. Urama, and T. Weir (2011): “Introduction”. In IPCC Special Report on Renewable Energy Sources and Climate Change Mitigation [O. Edenhofer, R. Pichs‐Madruga, Y. Sokona, K. Seyboth, P.Matschoss, S. Kadner, T. Zwickel, P. Eickemeier, G. Hansen, S. Schlömer, C. von Stechow (eds)], Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom and New York, NY, USA.
Aviel Verbruggen, Manfred Fischedick, William Moommaw, Tony Weir, Alain Nadai, Lars J.Nilsson, John Nyboer and Jayant Sathaye," Renewable Energy Costs, Potential, Barriers: Conceptual Issues", Energy policy. Vol 38, pp 850-961 (Feb 2010). DOI: 10.1016/j.enpol.2009.10.036
L.Briguglio,K Koshy, L Nurse & PP Wong (2008), " Climate change and small island developing states" in J Strachan & C Vigilance (eds), Sustainable Development in Small Island Developing States: Issues and Challenges, Commonwealth Secretariat. London
M Mataki K Koshy and V.Nair (2007), " Top-Down, Bottom-up; mainstreaming adapatation in Pacific Isalnd townships", in N Leary et al (eds), Climate Change and Adapatation, Earthscan
Case study contributors
Bill Aalbersberg, Ratita Bebe, Isaac Harp,Rod Hay, Francis Hickey, Alphonse Kambu, Viliamu Iese, Russell Nari, Clark Peteru, Alma Ridep-Morris, Justin Rose, Posa Skelton, Robin South,Reuben Sulu, Alissa Takesy, Alifereti Tawake, Nenenteiti Teariki-Ruatu, Ana Tiraa, Steve Why, Elaine Wright, "Traditional Marine Management Areas of the Pacific in the context of National and International Law and Policy", in M Vierros et al. UNU-IAS (2010). ISBN: 978-0-9807084-6-2 (print)
K Koshy, M Mataki (2005), "Sustainable Development and Pacific Island Countries," Pacific Centre for Environment and Sustainable Development, The University of the South Pacific.
These are some communication materials developed for awareness campaigns.