There is increasing recognition of traditional knowledge as an important store of information and practices for
building adaptive capacity for climate change in the Pacific. However, empirical research and documentation of
how Pacific Islanders experience climate change, identify relevant adaptation options, and mobilize their
adaptive capacity, including traditional knowledge, remains limited. Given this context, indigenous islander
perspectives on traditional knowledge and its role in building their adaptive capacity are examined in this article.
This resource contains satellite imagery for the Torba Province in Vanuatu. The imagery was collected on March 9 and March 22, 2020.
More specially, this resource contains a raster file of RGB imagery at 10-meter resolution, using Level-2A products when available. Level-2A products include atmospheric correction and represent bottom of atmosphere reflectance values in the images. When Level-2A products were not available, Level-1C (top of atmosphere) products were used.