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Cayman Islands

Cayman Islands
  • Capital: George Town
  • Population: 44270
  • Size: 262.0 Km2

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The BLDS print collection
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Enhancing the climate risk and adaptation fact base for the Caribbean ... preliminary results of the ECA study
Caribbean Catastrophe Risk Insurance Facility 2010
The impacts of climate change in the form of phenomena such as sea level rise and intensified natural disasters weigh heavily on the developing economies of the Caribbean. The key to reducing the scope and severity of losses lies in p...
Sea level rise and its impact on the Cayman Islands
M. C. Simpson / The Cayman Institute 2009
This report uses the letest geospatial data and satellite telemetry to formulate various sea-level rise scenarios given current climate change predictions. Specifically, the report reveals what the real loss in terms of land area woul...
Cayman energy policy background advisory report
M. Simpson / The Cayman Institute 2009
The objective of this report is to provide the Cayman Islands with a comprehensive up-to-date background document and literature review on energy policy, which then leads to a set of recommendations to develop an economically, environ...
Cayman islands energy: the renewable path to energy security
N. Robson / The Cayman Institute 2007
This report gives an overview of the challenges faced by the people of the Cayman Islands as it pertains to future energy security. In particular the document analyses government of the Cayman Islands' need to formulate a National Ene...
Achieving low-carbon climate-resilient development: Cayman Islands' climate change policy
G. Ebanks-Petrie / Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre 2010
The Cayman Islands' Climate Change Policy outlines consensus-based interventions to be implemented over the next 5 years that are required to address priority adverse impacts of climate change to be faced by these islands. Additionall...
Vulnerability and Capacity Assessment of the Climate Change and Sea-Level Rise Impacts on The Cayman Island's Tourism Sector
L. Hurlston-McKenzie 2011
This vulnerability and capacity assessment examines the Cayman Islands' susceptibility to climate change in light of its physical chanracteristics and the predicted scenarios. Specifically, it analyses how climate change is slated to ...
Achieving Low-Carbon Climate-Resilient Development: Cayman Islands' Climate Change Policy
2011
The Cayman Islands' Climate Change Policy outlines consensus-based interventions to be implemented over the next 5 years that are required to address priority adverse impacts of climate change to be faced by these islands. Additionall...
Assessment of the Reef Monitoring Systems for the British Virgin Islands and Turks & Caicos Islands
M. Creary / Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre 2012
This report sumarises the information acquired from the pre-visit questionnaires, visits to the British Virgin Island and the Turks & Caicos Islands documents provided by the relevant organisations and related websites. The projec...
Responding to the risks from climate-related disasters
Maria C. Lemos; Emma L .Tompkins / id21 Development Research Reporting Service 2008
Climate-related risks come not only from direct exposure to natural hazards such as floods or droughts, but also from the vulnerability of social and economic systems to the effects of these hazards. Responses to these risks should co...
Cross-border higher education in the Caribbean
S. Marshall (ed); E. Brandon (ed); M. Thomas (ed) / Commonwealth of Learning 2008
Are the foreign providers of education in the Caribbean pillagers or preceptors? This collaborative paper addresses the growing phenomenon of cross-border higher education (CBHE), specifically on the trends of CBHE in the Caribbean. L...
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