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CARICOM-German Government Partnership Programme CATS Participants at the Planning Workshop in Saint Vincent & The Grenadines. Coast Guard, Forestry Department, and the Ministry of Agriculture assessing priorities for the adaptation to climate change.The Caribbean Community (CARICOM) and the German Government are supporting the efforts of eight CARICOM member states to adapt the management of their natural resources and economies to the ever-pressing and far-reaching socio-economic and environm...

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Friday July, 25th the German-Caribbean Cooperation on climate change made it in the headlines of the online news portal Caribbean News Now! The USA-based web-portal for the Caribbean Region hosts interesting articles on climate and technology.
In April 2013, the Ya’axché Conservation Trust initiated a new programme in Belize focusing on increasing the capacity of protected area managers and staff to carry out tree species conservation. Approaching the end of the project’s first year, Gail Stott reports on the early progress made working with Ya’axché’s ranger team. Read more on Globaltrees.org
Grenada’s Ministry of Agriculture, Lands, Forestry, Fisheries & Environment launched the Caribbean Aqua-Terrestrial Solutions (CATS) programme last week (November 22, 2013).The launch featured the official handing over of various equipment by the German Ambassador Stefan Schlüter to the Hon. Roland Bhola, Minister of Agriculture, Lands, Forestry, Fisheries & Environment, a highly informative and lively presentation by MPA Coordinator Roland Baldeo on the work of the Molinière-Beauséjour Mari...
In 2013, several bankable infrastructure projects were quickly identified through successful collaboration with selected partners in three of the eight member states. A total of five financing and assistance agreements were signed for these projects. The project focuses on improving the supply of drinking water and environmentally-friendly sanitary solutions. In addition to increasing climate resilience by improving water supply (increase in water retention), the measures introduced for wastewat...
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