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Caribbean Climate Innovation Centre Seeks Two Climate Leaders…

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Credit: The Caribbean Climate Innovation Centre (CCIC)

The recently launched Caribbean Climate Innovation Centre (CCIC) is recruiting two Climate Innovation Leaders. Peruse the flyer for details. The posts will be based in Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago with travel to other territories in the Caribbean.  The CCIC is a regional World Bank/infoDev project being managed jointly by the Caribbean Industrial Research Centre (CARIRI) of Trinidad and Tobago and the Scientific Research Council (SRC) of Jamaica. The Centre,  among  other  things,  seeks  to  accelerate  the  development  and  deployment  of  relevant  and  appropriate  climate technologies in Caribbean countries.

The  CCIC  provides  services  and  financing  to  enable  local  small  and  medium  enterprises  implement  innovative  climate change  mitigation  and  adaptation  solutions  that  meet  local  needs  profitably.  Solutions  will  be  in  the  areas  of  water management,  resource  use  efficiency,  energy  efficiency,  solar  energy  and  sustainable  agriculture.  The  services  offered include  advisory  and  mentoring,  proof  of  concept,  financing,  creating  a  conducive  policy  environment  for  mitigation  and adaptation  technology  adoption,  access  to  appropriate  facilities  for  business  incubation  and  access  to  relevant  technical, market and financial information.

Also read: Caribbean Green Tech Incubator Launched

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