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If the car is stock then I would run the caster at .05 higher on the right than the left to adjust for the crown of the road. the front alignment looks good other than I am not sure which one is camber and which one is caster. To adjust the rear camber on these cars you have to have a camber kit. From the angle I am seeing you don't have a camber kit. Also the only way to adjust caster on the civic is to shift the sub frame.
I don't think this vehicle is equipped with provisions allowing a camber adjustment in the rear. If there are adjustments provided, there will be cam bolts in the lower control arms for adjustment. If there are no adjustment bolts, and the camber is out, usually there will be something bent. Also check rear ride height which can affect camber for a broken spring.
There is no camber adjustment from the factory,however moog sells a camber bolt kit that will allow for adjustment. About 20 bucks . If you are talking about the rear of the car,ride height makes a drastic change in camber. If the springs start to get weak the camber will go negative,spring spacers will correct this.
There is likely an eccentric bolt on the lower contorl arm. The one on the arm closest to the bottom center of the wheel hub is the camber adjustment, the other eccentric is the toe adjustment. You really should have it aligned with a computerized alignment machine. Changing the rear camber changes the rear toe and vise versa. It would be nearly impossible to get both within an acceptable range without the proper equipment. You can crudely measure rear toe using a tape measure but you won't know what the thrust angle is and that could cause some serious alignment issues.