Jamaica gets website for its Pilot Programme for Climate Resilience

  The internationally implemented Pilot Programme for Climate Resilience (PPCR), a US$1.2billion funding window of the Climate Investment Funds (CIF) for climate adaptation and resilience building, has recently activated a website – www.ppcrja.org.jm – which highlights the work of its five projects active in Jamaica. “The Jamaica PPCR website creates a space for all 5 projects being implemented nationally to… Read more

Caribbean project to study impacts of climate change on fisheries

Data to be generated to help Caribbean fisherfolk Fisheries managers in the Caribbean are pinning their hopes on the Climate Investment Fund’s Pilot Program for Climate Resilience (PPCR), Caribbean Regional Track, to generate the data the lack of which has posed major obstacles to effective planning and management of fisheries in a region hit hard by climate change. Read more… Read more

Climate Change Public Forums This Weekend at the Denbigh Show

Who said climate change isn’t real? Jamaicans are staggering under the weight of the blistering summer heat. Yesterday (August 3) was the hottest day of the year, according to the Meteorological Service: 36.9º C at the Norman Manley International Airport. In fact, this was the highest recorded temperature since 1993. Well, we have to keep informing and educating people about… Read more

Reinventing Tradition to Build-In Water Resiliency in Jamaica

The Problem Jamaica is a country full of traditions. For years, families in the countryside have relied on techniques of rainwater collection to supply water for domestic and agricultural use. If you travel across the different parts of the country, you will find evidence in many Jamaican households of small systems set up in the most rudimentary ways. In recent… Read more

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