INTASAVE-CARIBSAVE specialise in innovative climate change solutions and sustainable international development; supporting and enhancing livelihoods, economies and environments around the world.
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Featured Project: Caribbean Fish Sanctuary Partnership (C-FISH)
In the tropical waters of the Caribbean, a team of committed CARIBSAVE scientists, island residents and businesses are working together on ecosystem-based adaptation to fortify reefs and fisheries against multiple threats. C-FISH stands for the Caribbean Fish Sanctuary Partnership Initiative, and helps partners in five island states to manage and sustain more than a dozen … Continued
Vulnerability, Impact and Adaptation Analyses in the Caribbean (VIAAC)
Caribbean countries are particularly exposed to extreme climate-related events, which will be exacerbated by climate change. Individually, these countries have distinct and varying degrees of vulnerability due to their unique environmental, socio-economic and institutional challenges. Since most of the…
CARIBSAVE Awards UWI-IGDS Scholarship
We are pleased to announce that Ms. Georgia Marks-Doman of Jamaica is the recipient of our most recent scholarship award of US$9,000. Ms. Doman-Marks will complete her full-time post graduate studies in the area of Gender and Climate Change at…
C-FISH: Alternative Livelihoods Programme and the Craft Fair Experience
Craft is not only a very important part of the culture and economic life of small communities, but is also a powerful medium for communicating messages of sustainability, community action and of course (coming soon) adaptation to climate change. CARIBSAVE, in…
Featured Project: Solar Nano Grids, Kenya & Bangladesh
Since the first solar home system was introduced in Bangladesh in 1996, two million more have been installed throughout the nation with the help of financing from international funding bodies. It’s a similar story in Kenya (albeit on a smaller scale), where in the past two decades about 300,000 of the systems have been connected … Continued