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Pou and Miri learn to tackle climate change

by Sansom, Dom; Fung, Christine; Secretariat of the Pacific Community; Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit.
Publisher: Suva, Fiji Secretariat of the Pacific Community 2011Description: 24 p. ill. 21 cm.ISBN: 789820004955.Subject(s): Climatic changes -- Oceania -- Juvenile literature | Climate change mitigation -- Oceania -- Juvenile literatureOnline resources: Click here to access online Summary: With a young audience in mind, the booklet is a colourful pictorial recounting the adventures of a young boy, Pou, and his new friend, the fruit bat Miri, as they journey to reunite Miri with her family. Miri represents a rare fruit bat in Fiji, locally known as mirimiri. The story highlights the various impacts climate change will have on an island ecosystem and raises the importance of improved natural resource management as a coping mechanism against these impacts.
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SPC Special Collections
SPC 363.738 74 SAN 2011 Available
SPC Special Collections
SPC 363.738 74 SAN 2011 Available
MAIN LIBRARY Pohnpei
SPC 551.6995 SAN 2011 Available
MAIN LIBRARY Pohnpei
SPC 551.6995 SAN 2011 Available
MAIN LIBRARY Suva
SPC 551.6995 CHU 2011 Available
MAIN LIBRARY Suva
SPC 551.6995 CHU 2011 Available
SRD Community Education Training Centre
SPC 551.6995 CHU 2011 Available
SRD Community Education Training Centre
SPC 551.6995 CHU 2011 Available
MAIN LIBRARY Suva
SPC 551.6995 CHU 2011 Available Resource available electronically

SPC/GIZ Coping with Climate Change in the Pacific Island Region.
September 2011

With a young audience in mind, the booklet is a colourful pictorial recounting the adventures of a young boy, Pou, and his new friend, the fruit bat Miri, as they journey to reunite Miri with her family. Miri represents a rare fruit bat in Fiji, locally known as mirimiri. The story highlights the various impacts climate change will have on an island ecosystem and raises the importance of improved natural resource management as a coping mechanism against these impacts.