Organization: United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD)

This web-based platform showcases the activities, findings and outputs of the UN Development Account project “Climate change impacts on coastal transport infrastructure in the Caribbean: enhancing the adaptive capacity of Small Island Developing States (SIDS)” which was implemented by the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) in collaboration with a range of partners, including UNECLAC, UNDP, UNEP, the Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre, OECS Commission, as well as the ECJRC and international and regional academic experts, among others. The project was initiated with the aim to strengthen the capacity of policy makers, transport planners and transport infrastructure managers in SIDS to (a) understand climate change impacts on coastal transport infrastructure, in particular seaports and airports, and (b) take appropriate adaptation response measures. This platform is intended to facilitate information sharing, communication and dialogue among relevant stakeholders and interested parties. Experts and interested parties are invited to subscribe on the forum and share additional material of relevance.

Resources Provided: Case Studies, Peer-to-Peer Knowledge Sharing, Tools
Membership Requirement: No
Sectors and Topics: Infrastructure and Industry, Oceans and Coasts, Transport
Languages: English
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