As with other Small Island Developing States (SIDS), the impacts of climate change are already being felt across the Vanuatu archipelago, including sea-level rise, increased intensity of extreme events, and changes to agricultural productivity and water availability. In 2007, Vanuatu completed its National Adaptation Programme of Action (NAPA), which outlined the most urgent and immediate needs with respect to climate change, and identified several priority sectors. The adaptation component of Vanuatu's Intended Nationally Determined Contribution does not seek to set adaptation targets for Vanuatu. However, it provides an opportunity to reiterate the adaptation priorities as identified and prioritized in key national documents such as the NAPA and the National Climate Change and Disaster Risk Reduction Policy. Priority sectors include agriculture, land use, land use-change and forestry (LULUCF), the coastal zone, tourism, infrastructure, water and environment.