The Integrating Water, Land and Ecosystems Management in Caribbean Small Island Developing States (IWEco Project) is a five-year, regional project that builds upon the work of previous initiatives,to address water, land and biodiversity resource management as well as climate change.
IWEco’s objective is to contribute to the preservation of Caribbean ecosystems that are of global significance and to the sustainability of livelihoods. This will be done through the application of existing proven technologies and approaches best suited for small island developing states. The project will improve the management of fresh and coastal water resources, land resources and forests.
IWEco is funded by the Global Environment Facility (GEF), and the United Nations Environment Programme (UN Environment) is the lead Implementing agency for national and regional sub-projects, with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) implementing some activities.
IWEco’s quarterly newsletter ‘Eco:Link’
(English and Spanish).
Latest news from the IWEco Project.Read More
Featuring Project events, past and future.Read More
Technical reports, meeting proceedings and other IWEco publications.Read More
Factsheets, Infographics, Brochures and other materials for learning about the IWEco approach.Read More
Resources produced by the IWCAM Project
(2006 – 2011)