Climate change has made traditional stories about the seasons unreliable. UNDP is teaming up with the Solomon Islands Government to put in place a dynamic weather data network that will give people accurate information about droughts and extreme storms. The knowledge will save lives by helping fishermen avoid rough seas and it'll help farmers optimize their harvest to avert food crises in the future. Vulnerable communities like Taro and Tuwo in the Solomon Islands may be remote, but now they get regular weather reports that are shaping their water usage and preparedness for climate change. These two towns are part of a climate adaptation project (SIWSAP) led by the Solomon Islands Government and the plan is to expand the early warning system to more communities across the country.