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The Vetiver Education & Empowerment Project (VEEP) model & the Vetiver System (VS) in the Caribbean

Presentation by Jonathan Barcant, Caribbean Coordinator of the Vetiver Network international at the GEF UNEP IWEco Project 17th Partners' Webinar, on 18th January 2022.


Vetiver eco-engineering - plant characteristics and overview of applications worldwide

Presentation made by Elise Pinners, Director of The Vetiver Network International (TVNI) at GEF UNEP IWEco's 17th Partners' Webinar on 18th January 2022.


Making Peace with Nature - Using the IWEco approach to Ecosystems Restoration in St. Kitts and Nevis

Presentation by Dr. Halla Sahely, IWEco St. kitts and Nevis National Project Coordinator, at the Caribbean Water and Wasterwater Association’s 30th Annual Conference and Exhibition, hosted by the Cayman Islands (virtually), 3 – 8 October 2021.  Highlights nature-based solutions (NbS) in action in St. Kitts and Nevis.  She describes land degradation control works in about 5 acres of land in the College Street Ghaut, St. Kitts, and reforestation and restoration activities over 23 acres at three separate sites in Nevis.


Natural Capital Accounting in the Caribbean

This presentation, part of UNEP GEF IWEco's Partners' Webinar series, and given on 19th January 2021, provided context on the conceptual underpinnings of natural capital accounting, and the general process by which the accounts are built. Links to international initiatives, such as the United Nations System of Environmental-Economic Accounting - Ecosystem Accounts (UN SEEA-EA), which provide a standardised understanding of how accounts should be produced (such as by National Statistics Offices), and the Sustainable Development Goals, were also explored.


The LBS Protocol: Catalyzing Regional Cooperation to Combat Marine Pollution

Presentation by the UNEP Cartagena Convention Secretariat on the Land-based Sources of Marine Pollution (LBS) Protocol and its Regional Activity Centres -  the Institute of Marine Affairs (IMA), Trinidad and Tobago, and the Centro de Investigacion y Manejo Ambiental del Transporte (CIMAB), Cuba -  for IWEco's Ninth Partners' Webinar in November 2020.


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