Today, Monday, November 13, 2017, in Bonn, Germany at the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)’s 23rd Conference of the Party (COP23), Caribbean leaders present new findings from the 1.5-degree Research into the implications of the Caribbean. Dr. Kenrick Leslie, Executive Director of the Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre (CCCCC) moderates the region’s side event, 1.5 degree imperative for the Caribbean. Dr. Leslie is joined by Dr. William Warren Smith, President of the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB); Allen Chastanet, Prime Ministers of Saint Lucia; Keith Mitchell, Prime Minister of Grenada; Professor Michael Taylor of the University of the West Indies (UWI), Mona; and Dr. Abel Centilla of INSMET. The findings are presented here in the region’s newest publication: The Caribbean Science Series, Volume 1.
The Caribbean Science Series, Volume 1: 1.5 degree – New Findings on Implications for the Caribbean
- State of the Environment Consultancy Opportunity; Antigua and Barbuda
- Re-launch Request for Expression of Interest- Design of a 200 kWp Photovoltaic System for Carriacou, Grenada.
- Vacancy: Human Resource Consultant, Antigua and Barbuda
- Request for Proposals: Consultancy to conduct an Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (ESIA) and Environmental and Social Management Plan (ESMP), Barbados
- Recruitment of Consultancy Services to Develop Protected Areas Conservation Trust (PACT) Entity Work Plan
- CCCCC Resumes Normal Working Hours
- Request for Expression of Interest- Revise and update Financial & Accounting Policy and Procedure Manual of the CCCCC
- URGENT NOTICE: CLOSURE OF OFFICE OF THE CARIBBEAN COMMUNITY CLIMATE CHANGE CENTRE (CCCCC)
- Vacancy: Communications Specialist, CCCCC
- Additional Response to Queries and Site Visit: Request For Proposals: Supply, Installation, Commissioning And Training Of 30 KW Photovoltaic Systems At Two Dominica Water And Sewerage Company Limited (DOWASCO) Water Pumping Stations, Jimmit And Tete Morne, Commonwealth Of Dominica
The Department of Environment, Antigua and Barbuda, is seeking a qualified and experienced Environment Consultant or a Consulting Consortium to provide services aimed towards the…
Re-launch Request for Expression of Interest- Design of a 200 kWp Photovoltaic System for Carriacou, Grenada.
The Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre (CCCCC) has received financing from Government of Italy, toward the cost of the project titled “Cooperation on Climate Change Vulnerability, Adaptation, and Mitigation…
The Department of Environment of Antigua and Barbuda is now accepting applications for the above titled position. Peruse the official Terms of Reference here. Deadline…
Request for Proposals: Consultancy to conduct an Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (ESIA) and Environmental and Social Management Plan (ESMP), Barbados
The Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre (CCCCC) has secured project preparation funding from the Green Climate Fund (GCF) Project Preparation Facility (PPF) to develop a full funding…