I am pleased to announce that we have received our copy of the Institute of Marine Affairs’ (IMA) State of the Marine Environment Trinidad and Tobago for 2016, and it has been processed and catalogued.
A visually appealing document, with illustrations and maps, which presents information that is supported by scientific research, one can find details on various types of pollution, different types of marine environments, emerging issues, as well as, policy intervention.
For those interested in reading the full report you can visit me at my desk or send me an email.
As promised I have catalogued documents received at the recent Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) research symposium, held on July 15-16 2015. These documents are fairly recent and so they provide valuable information in terms of urban water, sanitation, IWRM, IWRM in the Caribbean, Small Island Developing States, risk management and water financing and governance.
For details, please see the list below:
Water Financing and Governance – Judith A. Rees, James Win Penny and Alan W. Hall, Global Water Partnership (April, 2008)
Risk and Integrated Water Management – Judith A. Rees, Global Water Partnership (August, 2002)
Integrated water resources management in the Caribbean: The challenges facing Small Island Developing States – Adrian Cashman et al., Global Water Partnership, (2014)
Urban Water and Sanitation Services; An IWRM Approach – Judith A. Rees, Global Water Partnership (2006)
For those of you interested in checking out any of these documents, feel free to send me an email or check me at my desk. 🙂