Nearly 400 academics, scientists, policy makers and politicians are in the capital for the three-day conference.
Brianna Fruean, from Samoa and representing Pacific Climate Change Warriors, says it's encouraging to see more youth taking action against climate change.
"I feel like there are really great people in our islands and in our diaspora who are trying to spread the message and because of the emerging issues in our islands, like Cyclone Winston and we just had Cyclone Gita, our youth are starting to wake up and realise that something is wrong and we have to act on it."
Meanwhile a ChildFund youth learning co-ordinator from Kiribati says despite the threat of climate change people in Kiribati remain resilient.
David Kakiakia says in his home, people still have hope.
"We still believe that we don't have to move from our country but we have to stay and teach our young people how they can help mitigate the impact of climate change."
The Pacific Climate Change Conference ended Friday.