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Climate Change Information Centre (CCIC)
The Climate Change Information Centre has been established with the support of UNDP, Inter-Regional Technical Support Component (IRTSC) of AAP and Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) under the Africa Adaptation Programme funded by the Government of Japan.​
Key functions of the CCIC include:

To act as a Data Repository” for climate change information;


To disseminate information and reports on climate change for informed decision making;


To act as a knowledge based platform through quick links to other international centres such as NASA, World Meteorological Organisation, National Centre for Atmospheric Research;


To provide digital toolkits for strenghthening adaptation skills in key sectors;


Controlled access to real time data for Agromet Service.

 ​​                                                                        Mauritius' Intended Nationally Determined Contribution 

As a Small Island Developing State (SIDS), Mauritius is highly vulnerable to the effects of climate change and its adverse impacts on socio-economic development. We know that the global greenhouse gases (GHG) emission from major big country polluters are responsible for climate change. While SIDS contribute only 1% of the global GHG emission, they are the ones to suffer most from the adverse impacts of climate change. In fact, according to the latest World Risk Report (2014), Mauritius is ranked as the 14th country with the highest disaster risk and ranked 7th on the list of countries most exposed to natural hazard.Mauritius has a Climate Change Action Plan for addressing these threats. To date, Mauritius has invested significant resources in both adaptation and mitigation measures, despite its limited means. In addition, Mauritius is proposing to enact a Climate Change Act with a view to implementing policies, strategies and plans to further mitigate the effects of climate change and promote adaptation measures.​ Read More...

Latest Updates on Climate Change
Information & Reports
 .​Launching of innovative and customized climate change educational and sensitization materials by the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) in collaboration with the Ministry of Environment, Sustainable Development, and Disaster and Beach Management and other relevant stakeholders.


Climate Change Indicators for Mauritius

Agromet Service ( Real Time Data)



Digital Toolkit for Key Sectors​​


Publications and Video​​
Links to Key International Centers