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The Pacific Island Climate Action Network (PICAN) brings together civil society actors, across the Pacific island countries, advocating for climate justice. PICAN aims to unite civil society under a common voice to increase the influence and impact of their advocacy demands on Pacific island governments, leading governments to respond with more powerful and ambitious policies and action at the national and regional level. As part of CAN, the worldwide network of over 900 Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) in more than 100 countries, PICAN also works to ensure the Pacific Island civil society is represented at the international level.

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As the Pacific chapter of Climate Action Network (CAN) International – a global network of over 900 Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) in more than 100 countries, PICAN works to ensure that Pacific island civil society is represented in the climate change discussion at the international level. PICAN brings together civil society actors from across the Pacific island countries to advocate for climate justice. PICAN aims to unite civil society under a common voice to increase the influence and impact of their advocacy demands on Pacific island governments to respond with more powerful and ambitious policies and action at the national, regional, and international level. PICAN hopes to achieve a safe and resilient Pacific island community where people and communities come together to act and advocate to Pacific island governments and the wider international community to reduce human induced climate change and climate vulnerabilities.

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