(PRESS RELEASE VIA SNO) – The Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre (CCCCC), National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), University of Florida, and the government of St Lucia (Department of fisheries) formed an alliance to undertake a Caribbean Climate Change Adaptation Project. According to Albert Jones, CCCCC Representative, “The project encompasses adaptation measures in the Eastern and […]
The Global Water Partnership-Caribbean (GWP-C) has embarked on a new initiative under its Water, Climate and Development Programme (WACDEP) called “Climate-Proofing Water Investment in the Caribbean” which is being executed in partnership with the Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre (CCCCC). The initiative includes the development of a Caribbean Climate Resilience and Water Security Investment Framework and Financing Plan (CReWSIP) which […]
The Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre ([CCCCC]) and NOAA/AOML have reached an agreement through a Memorandum of Understanding for a Phase 2 extension of the Coral Reef Early Warning System (CREWS) to at least five new countries in the Eastern Caribbean. Under this agreement, AOML (partially funded by the Coral Reef Conservation Program), will provide consultation and information systems support, to […]
Seven years of climate resilience research in the Caribbean: making the case for action
Day: Wednesday 29th March Time: 8:30- 09:30 am (CST, time in Belize) Check the time zone change according to your location: http://bit.ly/2mJfbgn Register here: http://bit.ly/2nLRsy2 Agenda Introduction Maria José Pacha. Knowledge Management and Networks Coordinator – CDKN Latin America and Caribbean Seven […]
Want to present an article in Paris at the Caribbean Pavilion at the UNFCCC COP21, well now you have your chance. Continue reading for guidelines and details.
The Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre is hereby accepting expressions of interest to make a presentation at the Caribbean Pavilion at the UNFCCC COP21 being held in Paris, France during the period: Monday 30th November to Friday 11th December 2015.
Peruse the criteria for application here.
The deadline for submission is: 30th October 2015. Late submissions will not be accepted.
The information should be emailed to:Ms. Ethlyn Valladares
Coordinator for the Wider Caribbean Pavilion Side Events,
Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre (CCCCC),
with the subject heading title: “Expression of Interest to make Presentation at the Wider Caribbean Pavilion at COP21 in Paris.”
Confirmation of acceptance will be provided to you by: 6th November 2015.
Final copies of presentations must be submitted to Ms. Valladares by: 18th November 2015.
At the second day of the Integrated Water Resources Research Symposium, I was able to visit the booths set up by ODPM and Global Water Partnership Caribbean (GWP-C).
After a very interesting video on rainwater harvesting by GWP-C, I was very interested in visiting the booth to view what they had to offer. Imagine my glee when I saw they were distributing a unique flashdrive, similar to the one given at the symposium by the organizers, with loads of information.
Thus, since that information is now available to me, members of staff would now be able to access the information to satisfy their information requests.
To gather an idea of the documents now available persons may peruse the list provided below:
- Climate Change and the Caribbean: A Regional Framework for Achieving Development
Resilient to Climate Change (2009-2015) – Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre (CCCCC) – July 2009
- Delivering Transformational Change 2011-21 – Implementing the CARICOM ‘Regional Framework for Achieving Development Resilient to Climate Change’ – March 2012 – Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre (CCCCC)
- Regional Framework Executive Summary – ‘Regional Framework for Achieving Development Resilient to Climate Change’ – March 2012 – Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre (CCCCC)
- Sustainability of Integrated Water Resources Management Initiatives in the Caribbean – 2015 -GWP-C
- Technical Focus Paper -Integrated water resources management in the Caribbean:The challenges facing Small Island Developing States – 2014 – GWP-C (available in print as well)
- Commercial Scale RWH Case Studies from the Barbados Experience – by Andrew P. Hutchinson – October, 2014
- Water safety and Rainwater Harvesting – Dr. Christopher Cox- October, 2014
- An Overview of Rainwater Harvesting Initiatives in Agriculture – L.M Fletcher-Paul – FAO
- GWP-C Rainwater Harvesting initiatives and the GWP-C Water Climate and Development Programme(WACDEP) – Natalie Boodram
- The U.S. Virgin Islands Water Harvesting Experience – Henry H. Smith
- Rainwater Harvesting in the Mediterranean Islands: cases and lessons learned – Konstantina Toli
- Rainwater harversting projects in Central America – Marta Cecilia Estrada and Rhona Díaz
- Rainwater Harvesting in the Amazon – (GPAC Amazon)
- Achieving Development Resilient to Climate Change:A Sourcebook for the Caribbean Water Sector – GWP-C- 2014
- Water Security and Climate Resilient Development – Technical Background Document AMCOW – 2012
- South-South Learning Event on Water Security and Climate Resilient Development Collaboration between Global Water Partnership Africa and Caribbean Regions – GWP-C and GWP – Africa
The Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre (CCCCC) received the 2015 Energy Globe Award for its renewable energy and potable water work in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. Energy Globe, an internationally recognized trademark for sustainability, is one of the most important environmental prizes today with 177 participating countries. The award, which is made from a cross-section of over 1, 500 entries annually, is given in recognition of outstanding performance in terms of energy efficiency, renewable energy and resource conservation.
The CCCCC won the 2015 Energy Globe National Award for the project “Special Programme for Adaptation to Climate Change”. The project was executed on the island of Bequia in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines and focuses on the production and provision of clean drinking water for more than 1,000 people. This is being done through the acquisition and installation of a reverse osmosis desalination plant. The project is deemed highly sustainable as the water input is…
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