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GCFI: 67th Conference at Accra Beach Resort, Barbados
The 67th Gulf and Caribbean Fisheries Institute (GCFI) Conference is being held in Barbados from November 3rd – 7th at the Accra Beach Hotel and Spa, under the auspice of the The University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus – with the Centre for Resource Management and Environmental Studies (CERMES) being the local organiser. … Continued
C-FISH: Mesh Donated to Fishers in Bluefields, Jamaica
As part of their grant from The C-FISH Initiative, the Bluefields Bay Fishermen’s Friendly Society (BBFFS) in Jamaica handed over 50 rolls of legal-sized mesh (valued at USD$5,000) to fishers. The hand over took place at Belmont Fishing Beach with…
Sustainable Business Development and Renewable Energy Technologies Training Workshop
On Tuesday, August 19th, the Caribbean Policy Development Centre (CPDC) and The CARIBSAVE Partnership hosted a joint workshop in association with two projects supported by The Global Environment Facility Small Grants Programme (GEF SGP), implemented by the UNDP. The workshop was…
INTASAVE-CARIBSAVE Regional Workshop held in Jamaica
On July 23rd-24th The INTASAVE Partnership and CARIBSAVE, and the Climate & Development Knowledge Network (CDKN) had the pleasure of hosting a workshop in Jamaica, aimed at improving the communication of research findings to Caribbean policy makers to ensure that climate change…
Press Release: Major Study Highlights Threat to Caribbean’s Coral Reefs and Opportunity for Saving Them
Written by: Dr Owen Day (Director of Ecosystem-based Adaptation and the C-FISH Project, CARIBSAVE) and Dr Ulric Trotz (Deputy Director, Caribbean Community Climate Change Center) (Excerpt from the press release…) A BBC news item called “From Despair to Repair: Dramatic…
Forest Area Management Capacity Building in Jamaica
The Dolphin Head Forest Area is a key biodiversity area (KBA) in Jamaica which has regional and global significance with respect to species biodiversity. This forest area is recorded to have a higher density of local endemic plant species and rare or threatened flora per unit area than anywhere else in Jamaica. The protection, conservation … Continued