LATEST NEWS AND BLOGS
The latest issue of Capacité, the e-newsletter of the CEPF in the Caribbean biodiversity hotspot focuses on innovative partnerships that grantees have formed. We also put the spotlight on a new regional network, Nature Caribé. See here for more.
Port of Spain. July 20, 2015 – Over 21 mentors and resource persons from 16 Caribbean countries participated in the Final Regional Training of Trainers Workshop for Fisherfolk Mentors, held in Anguilla, from July 6 to 9. See here for media release.
Rural women entrepreneurs in T&T face many challenges, but potential strategies such as networking among support agencies and including natural resource management considerations in enterprise policies can effectively assist them. See here for more.
This document is a case study which show the ways in which one rural entrepreneur has used her new understanding of the potential impact of climate change to start a new enterprise.
This guide lays out key steps to be taken by organisations leading spatial planning activities in the area, who want to use the participatory three-dimensional model to assist in the planning process.
CANARI recently contributed to a working paper: ‘Forests and Climate Change in the Caribbean’, part of the publication series of the UN Food and Agriculture Organisation – FAO’s Forest and Climate Change Programme. See here for more.
CANARI produced a policy brief on tools available to access and manage the information and data needed for any effective PA management initiative in the Caribbean.