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What are Caribbean ecosystems worth? IWEco provides training in Economic Valuation

IWEco's 6th Partners' Webinar, scheduled to take place on 15th September 2020, features training in Economic Services Valuation (ESV) to project participating countries and sets the stage for an economic valuation of the Negril Great Morass, site of Jamaica's National sub-project. 

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Reversing Land Degradation = Biodiversity Conservation = Quality of Life in Caribbean SIDS

The UNEP-implemented, GEF-funded IWEco Project includes sustainable forest management, biodiversity and land degradation as focal areas.  This article explores and introduces the way that IWEco's national sub-projects in six countries (Cuba, Jamaica, St. Kitts & Nevis, Saint Lucia, St. Vincent & the Grenadines, and Trinidad & Tobago) are addressing them, of crucial importance Caribbean SIDS. 

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Acting for the common good – COVID-19 lessons for IWEco

The IWEco Project Coordination Unit considers early lessons learned from the novel coronovirus pandemic and their implications for tackling water, land, ecosystem management and climate change.

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It's time for the Caribbean to Break Up with Plastics

The GEF IWEco Project launches a video in support of UNEP's Clean Seas Campaign.  This short #CleanSeas video takes a lighter look at the issue of marine litter and asks everyone around the world to break-up with single-use plastics and make their pledge at cleanseas.org.

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IWEco.Cuba holds the First Workshop for the Environmental Regulation of the Arimao River Basin

  • Date: 10 July 2019
  • Language: English
  • Project Countries: Cuba

IWEco’s Cuba National sub-Project Coordinating Team held the First Workshop on Environmental Regulation of the Arimao River Basin at the Department of Science, Technology and Environment (CITMA) of Cienfuegos on 10th July 2019.

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