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- The BLDS print collection
Browse all the latest print documents from the British Library of Development Studies...
- Working Group Report Climate Change Impacts on Coastal and Marine Biodiversity in the Insular Caribbean - Report of Working Group II, Climate Change and Biodiversity in the Insular Caribbean
- G. Cambers; R. Claro; R. Juman; S. Scott / Caribbean Natural Resources Institute 2008
- This report is based on a desk study of published and unpublished literature relating to climate change and its impact on coastal and marine biodiversity in the insular Caribbean. The authors identify several constraints a...
- Climate change and the macroeconomy in the Caribbean basin: analysis and projections to 2099
- United Nations [UN] Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean 2010
- In this study, an attempt is made to assess the economic impact of climate change on nine countries in the Caribbean basin: Aruba, Barbados, Dominican Republic, Guyana, Jamaica, Montserrat, Netherlands Antilles, Saint Lucia and Trinid...
- Shell's problem projects
- Friends of the Earth International 2007
- This report presents nine cases of socially and environmentally problematic projects in which Shell is involved. Each case contains concrete proposals and demands detailing how these problems can be addressed. The report focuses on ca...
- 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...
- Paying its way: can tourism generate funds for protected areas?
- Xavier Font; Janet Cochrane; Richard Tapper / id21 Development Research Reporting Service 2004
- Tourism is continuing to grow rapidly. Regions in developing countries with high levels of biodiversity are seeing the greatest growth. Protected areas are increasingly attractive to tourists and some conservation areas, traditionally...