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Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre wins first South America Business Award

(CCCCC Press Release 2020/1108)

Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre wins first South America Business Award

(City of Belmopan, Belize; December 4, 2020)  The CCCCC has been awarded the South America Business Award for ‘Climate Change Response Organisation for the Year 2020’. The announcement was made in November by New World Report, an on-line business news platform – described as a vanguard in the latest stories and insights from businesses and enterprises from across the Americas.

The on-line agency launched this award in early 2020 and the 5Cs is the first to win this specific award for climate change response, and is also among the first set of agencies to be conferred winner, being described as “innovative, forward thinking and resilient”.

The award, they explain, is merit-driven and is granted in recognition of hard-working firms and individuals from around the region of the Americas that rise to the top of emerging global markets.

The 5Cs was singled out for “its dedication to customer service, proven expertise in the field of climate change, and its commitment to promoting excellence”. According to the Agency, the selection process is based on “extensive research that is driven by merit and centred on an in depth evaluation of skills and services offered, and is subject to rigorous vetting” by an esteemed panel of reviewers._______________________________________________________________________­_

The Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre coordinates the region’s response to climate change. Officially opened in August 2005, the Centre is the key node for information on climate change issues and the region’s response to managing and adapting to climate change. We maintain the Caribbean’s most extensive repository of information and data on climate change specific to the region, which in part enables us to provide climate change-related policy advice and guidelines to CARICOM member states through the CARICOM Secretariat. In this role, the Centre is recognized by the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, the United Nations Environment Programme, and other international agencies as the focal point for climate change issues in the Caribbean. The Centre is also a United Nations Institute for Training and Research recognised Centre of Excellence, one of an elite few. Learn more about how we’re working to make the Caribbean more climate resilient by perusing The Implementation Plan.

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