- Develop climate early warning focus for dialog
- Identify sectors and agency participants
- Describe and diagnose existing climate services delivery
- Develop/review/refine objectives for the Climate Services Dialog
- Day 1: Session 1
- Provide overview of climate services
- Share climate stories that illustrate key messages and best practices in the delivery of climate services
- Share experiential and science-based knowledge on climate-related events and impacts
- Day 2: Session 2
- Describe existing climate services
- Assess capacity of climate services to support early warning for a specific event by sector
- Explore existing products and services that support situational awareness for climate early wanring
- Review existing decision-making processes and identify actions to strengthen products and services that support climate early warning
- Day 2: Session 3
- Explore techniques in climate communication
- Build climate stories by sector to communicate key messages and best practices
- Refine and share climate stories
Climate services dialogs are workshops designed to share climate knowledge, diagnose and enhance existing climate services, and build climate stories that can be shared within different sectors and communities. The climate stories help inform regional and local decision makers about the impacts of climate change and variability, highlighting key messages and best practices with respect to the development and delivery of climate services.
This website is a digital version of The Pacific Islands Climate Storybook, a compilation of technical material, process guides, and activities that were used to conduct the Climate Services Dialogues and build Climate Stories. The materials include a model agenda reflecting process flow, breakout guidance that contains sample questions, and examples of outcomes such as historical timelines, and a climate story template. Background and technical presentations are provided associated with the various modules.
Simply scroll over the elements of the dialog process identified in the image for further information and links directly to the process agenda.