Climate change

Caribbean Fisheries Under a Changing Climate

The Caribbean Sea is a large interconnected marine ecosystem. Covering an area of 3.200.000 km2, of which only 3.9% is protected, it contains 7.1% of the world’s coral reefs including the second largest barrier reefs, and it is a huge biodiversity hotspot. The Caribbean Sea is also home to many Small Island Developing States (SIDS), most of which are highly dependent on fisheries resources both as a source of livelihood and food security.

Climate Resilient

Building Resilience II: Providence Island’s Transformative Journey to Trinidad and Tobago

In a remarkable continuation of cross-island collaboration, a delegation from Providence Island recently embarked on a transformative journey to Trinidad and Tobago. Following the trailblazing exchange initiated by islanders from Providence and key figures like June Marie Mow and our CEO, Dr. Laura Canevari, the mission remained steadfast: to fortify relations and enhance climate disaster response.