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Trinidad and Tobago and Agriculture and food

Trinidad and Tobago
  • Capital: Port of Spain
  • Population: 1228691
  • Size: 5128.0 Km2

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Trinidad & Tobago: assessing the impact of climate change on cocoa and tomato
International Center for Tropical Agriculture 2015
Climate change is expected to result in a warmer, drier climate in the Caribbean region. The altered climate is expected to have wide-reaching impacts on agriculture. This policy brief describes work carried out by the Interna...
Assessing the impacts of climate change on community-based sustainable use of forest resources in the Caribbean
Caribbean Natural Resources Institute 2010
The study identifies forest-based livelihood activities in communities, actual and projected climate change impacts on these activities, and possible interventions to increase the communities’ resilience to climate change. Among ...
Promoting Latin American agro-economics
A. Rodriguez; M. Rodrigues; S. Salcedo / Inter-American Institute for Cooperation on Agriculture 2010
After the revival from the economic crisis of 2008-2009, the fundamental challenge facing Latin America and the Caribbean is how to consolidate the recovery with medium- and long-term economic development. In this respect, this report...
Policies to address food security in small island economies in the Caribbean and the Pacific
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations 2005
This paper presented to a special FAO ministerial session in 2005 outlines policies for food security in Small Island Developing States (SIDS) based around three main criteria: food availability – depends on domest...
Scoping policy networks in the Caribbean agriculture sector
C. Kirton; A. Bailey / Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation 2003
This study from the University of the West Indies for CTA, aims to develop a networking strategy geared towards improving access to relevant information by regional agricultural policy stakeholders in the CARIFORUM/CARICOM countries o...
The Caribbean Region: A Review on World Bank Assistance
Operations Evaluations Division, World Bank 1994
The small island economies of the Caribbean pose conceptual and operational questions for the Bank—foremost, how can it assist these countries' development efforts in a cost-effective way? In response to a request from the Bank's...
Market Based Instruments For Environmental Policymaking In Latin America And The Caribbean: Lessons From Eleven Countries
R.M. Huber; J. Ruitenbeek; R. SerĂ´a Da Motta / New Ideas in Pollution Regulation, World Bank 1998
Study of market-based instruments, focusing on 11 countries in Latin America and the Caribbean (Barbados, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Jamaica, Mexico, Peru, Trinidad and Tobago, and Venezuela) and a cross-section of iss...
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