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- The BLDS print collection
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- Making a participatory video: documenting the challenges of the Blanchisseuse fishing industry
- Caribbean Natural Resources Institute, 2011
- This brief outlines the practical steps taken in prepration and hosting the participatory video at a community workshop to addressa range of issues related to sustainable livelihoods. It outlines how they identified challenges,...
- Strengthening institutional arrangements in Trinidad and Tobago to facilitate climate change adaptation policy formulation and execution
- M. Andrews / Caribbean Natural Resources Institute, 2014
- Though efforts and climate change adaptation in Trinidad and Tobago have been made, this briefing suggests that their effectiveness is hindered by inadequate policies, weak institutional arrangements and limited coordination across se...
- An assessment of the economic and social impacts of climate change on the energy sector in the Caribbean
- R. Martin / CEPAL - ECLAC Database, 2013
- The 2013 report assesses the economic and social impacts of climate change on the energy sector in Antigua and Barbuda, the Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Cuba, Dominica, the Dominican Republic, Haiti, Grenada, Guyana, Jamaica, Saint Kitt...
- Perspectives from civil society on the millennium development goals and post-2015 agenda: focus on small states and vulnerability
- L. Murray / Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre, 2013
- The interconnectedness of the Millennium Development Goals mean that lack of progress in one area can undermine gains in another. In 2012 the Commonwealth Foundation, in partnership with the United Nations Millennium Campaign, ...
- Re-framing island nations as champions of resilience in the face of climate change and disaster risk.
- R.M De Souza; S. Henly-Shepard; K. McNamara; N. Fernando / United Nations University Institute for Environment and Human Security, 2015
- This paper is part of a set of working papers that resulted from the Resilience Academy 2013-2014. The United Nations University Institute of Environment and Human Security (UNU-EHS) publishes these papers as part of its UNU-EHS Worki...
- Second National Communication of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago: Under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change
- Government of the Republic of Trinidad and Tabago, 2013
- This Second National Communication of The Republic of Trinidad and Tobago focuses on the compilation and analysis of the National Inventory of greenhouse gases (GHGs), vulnerability and adaptation studies, mitigation options as well a...
- Trinidad & Tobago Initial National Communication
- Government of the Republic of Trinidad and Tabago, 2001
- This initial national communication of Trinidad and Tobago to the UNFCCC secretariat includes: national circumstances, national greenhouse gas inventory, statements on vulnerability and adaptation strategies, technology needs, and cap...
- Cyclicality of fiscal behavior in developing oil-producing countries: an empirical review
- N. Erbil / Economic Research Forum, Egypt, 2011
- Oil price volatility has increased in recent years, where these large, unpredictable swings have a major impact on fiscal balances in developing oil-producing economies. This paper examines the cyclicality of fiscal behaviour in 28 de...
- 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...
- ‘¿Como te haces entender?’Gender and Gun Culture in Caribbean Context
- United Nations International Research and Training Institute for the Advancement of Women, 2010
- Although Latin America and the Caribbean have not seen interstate conflict for decades, the countries in the region cannot be said to be at peace given the high levels of gun violence. In spite of the magnitude of the problem, there i...