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Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre

The Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre is the official archive and clearing house for regional climate change data in the Caribbean. The Climate Change Centre coordinates the Caribbean region’s response to climate change, working on effective solutions and projects to combat the environmental impacts of climate change and global warming.

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OPINION: The IPCC’s Fifth Assessment Report: What does it mean for the Caribbean?

Dr Kenrick Leslie, CBE, Director of the Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre, reflects on the implications of the IPCC’s Fifth Assessment Report for the region, as he prepares to welcome representatives of the IPCC and Caribbean governments and businesses to a launch event, co-sponsored by CDKN, in Barbados.
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OPINION: Strike first, before the next climate disaster

Disaster galvanises action. Floods, cyclones, droughts jolt leaders into planning for future extreme weather events. What we need is the same flurry, but before the fact, says CDKN’s Mairi Dupar.
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POLICY BRIEF: A risk management approach to decision making in the Caribbean

This knowledge brief by the Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre (CCCCC or ‘5Cs’), with support from CDKN, describes how decision-making processes based on risk management will help Caribbean leaders rise to the challenge.
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PROJECT: Knowledge brokers collaboration – Guiding people to relevant knowledge with the Climate Change Knowledge Navigator

IDS, UNEP, the Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre and REEP are developing a web-based interactive tool – the Climate Change Knowledge Navigator – to guide users through to appropriate climate change information and knowledge brokers. The tool will be embedded in existing websites and portals as a widget.
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OPINION: El costo de la inacción ¿gasto o inversión?

Nicholas Stern participará en el evento “El valor de la acción: Desarrollo sostenible con una visión climática”, que se desarrollará el jueves 29 a las 10:00 a.m en la ciudad de Quito, Ecuador.
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