Vision & Values


To support Pacific Island Countries and Territories (PICTs) in reviewing, enhancing and implementing their nationally determined contributions.

This support is offered in several ways such as removing barriers of distance by accessing, mobilising and utilising various sources of financing, providing technical assistance and strengthening regional capacities to assist countries raise their climate ambitions.


To create a sustainable, low-carbon and a climate resilient Pacific by supporting Pacific Island Countries and Territories (PICTs) achieve their Nationally Determined Contributions under the Paris Agreement.


  1. That Pacific Island Countries and Territories (PICTs) effectively collaborate at the regional level to support NDC implementation
  2. That Pacific Island Countries and Territories (PICTs) attract and mobilize sufficient climate financing to implement NDCs.
  3. That Pacific Island Countries and Territories (PICTs) achieve national and regional ambitions for climate leadership and are recognized internationally as climate leaders
  4. That Pacific Island Countries and Territories (PICTs) expand their international advocacy for ambitious climate action, including by working together with other island/ocean regions (and expand peer learning to collaborate with other regions as well).


connectivity value


The Hub connects country initiatives and programmes to the right resources. It creates a dynamic network of member states, enabling exchange of knowledge and best practices. It facilitates  Pacific strength and leadership in unity and employs initiatives built on communication, and the power of regionalism, helping reduce distance between islands.

Collaboration value


The Hub values and works to harness collaboration with local governments, private sector, civil societies, and regional and international partner institutions that have extensive knowledge and expertise in climate research and implementation. It works with various financing partners with a shared a vision. This contributes to the SDG goal 17: Partnership for the goals.

climate leadership

Climate Leadership

Despite emitting a negligible amount of greenhouse, the Pacific is taking leadership in climate action, inspiring international communities to follow suit.  The Pacific is working towards a low-carbon development pathway, developing ways integrate clean energy as a way of life to create sustainable communities. Contributes to SDG 7 – affordable and clean energy.


Pacific Ownership

The Hub is Pacific-owned and driven. It has a steering committee that provides guidance and monitors the progress of the Hub, which is made up of three sub-regions in the PICTs. The Hub sources project expertise to provide quality service delivery to PICTs, looking first to expertise and local resources within the region.


People-Centred approach

While the work in Pacific Island Countries and Territories (PICTs) around Nationally Determined Contributions under the Paris Agreement is backed by strong political will, the Hub recognises that at the core of it are people. It is the welfare of the Pacific people and their environment that has demanded the realisation of this level of active climate action.



The Hub works within a diverse network of people, cultures, and environment. It is accessible to all sectors and democratises resources to all PICTs having equal access to them. We work with integrity, respecting and including everyone irrespective of their gender, age, cultural background and disability. We value the spirit of teamwork and diversity, using it as its strength to work towards the Hubs vision.



The Hub is a one-stop-shop for climate support in the Pacific region. It provides country- and sector-specific technical assistance and facilitates
match-making of support to Pacific Island Countries and Territories (PICTs) for NDC implementation, enhancement, and financing. This all-round support includes strengthening policy and institutional instruments as well as capacity development of PICTs in understanding and implementing NDC reporting requirements. The Hub also constantly works to overcome barriers and finds innovative ways to service country requests.