Micronesia Climate Change Alliance (MCCA) is a grassroots network of individuals and organizations dedicated to creating community-centered solutions to climate change. We construct the importance of climate change as a threat multiplier to pacific islands. Our network seeks to build urgency and cohesion through local communities and create a model that is resilient in the face of climate change.
We have an ambitious agenda to improve the sustainability of our island home by focusing on a wide spectrum of issues such as mitigating and adapting to climate change, transitioning to locally-produced renewable energy sources, promoting food sovereignty, tackling the consumption and waste crisis, and advocating for an equitable, just society throughout Micronesia.
Our network is made up of teachers, students, healers, small business owners and volunteers who seek to build urgency and cohesion through local community projects in order to create a model that is resilient in the face of our changing climate.
We exist as a local hub for climate injustice, shedding light on the many public policy issues affecting our community such as emergency preparedness and disaster response, food security, extreme heat, and tropical diseases.