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.
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