Implementing climate change action: A toolkit for Caribbean civil society organisations

5 февраля, 2020

This toolkit it an output of the «Climate ACTT: Action by Civil Society in Trinidad and Tobago to build resilience to climate change» project, which was implemented by the Caribbean Natural Resources Institute (CANARI) in collaboration with Conservational International (CI) and BHP Billiton Trinidad and Tobago from August 2015 to January 2017

The Climate ACTT project sought to strengthen the capacity of five civil society organisations (CSOs) in Trinidad and Tobago to internationally accepted levels of best practice in two areas: institutional strengthening and technical capacity to deliver projects and programmes related to climate change adaptation and resilience. The purpose of the toolkit is to provide CSOs in Trinidad and Tobago and the wider Caribbean with practical information and examples to assist them in designing and implementing effective climate change projects and programmes in their communities. The toolkit includes innovative tools and case studies on communicating for awareness and advocacy on climate change, assessing vulnerability to climate change, and planning and taking action to adapt and build local resilience.

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