Climate Witness Community Toolkit

Posted on: 3/21/2010 - Updated on: 2/27/2020

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Jennie Hoffman


Step-by-step description of a process to develop a community-driven adaptation plan that incorporates community values and can be implemented by the community.

Describes a two-day process undertaken with a community in Fiji. Unlike many vulnerability assessment and adaptation planning processes, it explicitly incorporates discussion of community values. While clearly set in a Fijian context, can be adapted to other places with a strong pre-existing community.


Climate Witness Community Toolkit is a great tool for rural and indigenous communities as well as in the climate justice field. Great communication tool both to internal and external stakeholders.

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