Critical infrastructure in Vanuatu

Roads connecting local communities in North Epi Island, Vanuatu, are highly vulnerable to the effects of extreme weather and coastal hazards. To help address this issue, a Cost-Benefit Analysis (CBA) was done to objectively compare the merits of different options to improve road access.

This publication was produced by the Pacific-Australia Climate Change Science Adaptation Planning (PACCSAP) programme.

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Detailed Descriptions
Fact sheet
040104 - Climate Change Processes, 120599 - Urban and Regional Planning not elsewhere classified
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Creative Commons Attribution Licence; CC BY. This licence allows users to distribute, remix and build upon a work, and create Derivative Works – even for commercial use – provided they credit the original creator/s (and any other nominated parties). The metadata and data are available to the public. All Rights (including copyright) Commonwealth of Australia (Department of Environment) 2014
Implementation partners: Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC), USAID, National Advisory Board on Climate Change and Disaster Risk Reduction (NAB) in Ministry of Climate Change, Public Works Department (PWD) in Ministry of Infrastructure and Public Utilities Project consultants: AECOM, Padma Lal
Pacific-Australia Climate Change Science and Adaptation Planning (PACCSAP) Programme, (2014), Critical Infrastructure in Vanuatu. Factsheet. Department of the Environment, Canberra.
Australian Government Department of the Environment, email: