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Caribbean Countries Develop Mitigation Actions in order to Access Climate Change Financing

Over thirty representatives from nine Caribbean countries this morning met in Kingstown, St Vincent and the Grenadines to better position themselves to access funding for climate change mitigation.  


90% Percent of Jamaican Youth rate Virtual Farming Game as Useful in Understanding the Impact of Climate Change on Agriculture

The Cario Farming Game took a trip across Jamaica in November to educate youth about climate change and climate smart decisions and actions, with the ultimate goal of creating lasting behavioural…  


Sustainability Dialogue Supports EWS Roadmap Concretization in SVG

Key partners, including Prime Minister Dr. the Hon. Ralph E. Gonsalves, The National Emergency Management Organisation (NEMO), and The Caribbean Disaster Emergency Management Agency (CDEMA), among…  


Belize & Guyana Initiate NAP Process

Stakeholders, government representatives and development partners recently gathered to take Belize and Guyana one step closer to the finalization of their National Adaptation Plans (NAPs).  


Guyana Initiates National Adaptation Plan Process

Stakeholders, government representatives and development partners today gathered to take Guyana one step closer to the finalization of their National Adaptation Plan (NAP).  


Saint Lucia Water SASAP

Saint Lucia’s National Adaptation Plan (NAP) has been defined as a ten (10)‐year process (2018‐2028), consisting of priority cross‐sectoral and sectoral adaptation measures for eight key sectors/areas…  


Saint Lucia Baseline Report

Saint Lucia has a strong track record of integrating climate change into relevant national strategies, policies, and projects, as evidenced by the extensive development of assessments, policies,…  


Oil Spills

When mentioning the word “disaster”, the first thing that often comes to mind is natural hazards such as hurricane, earthquake or flood. Nevertheless, a major oil spill, whether it is caused by human…  

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