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CARIBSAVE: A Sectoral Approach to Vulnerability and Resilience

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Caribsave: A Sectoral Approach to Vulnerability and Resilience

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CARIBSAVE: A Sectoral Approach to Vulnerability and Resilience

  1. 1. Protecting and enhancing the livelihoods, environments and economies of the Caribbean Basin CARIBSAVE: A SECTORAL APPROACH TOA SECTORAL APPROACH TO VULNERABILITY AND RESILIENCE sector links and participatory process St Lucia CARIBSAVE Workshop 2 November 2009 Bay Gardens Inn, St. Lucia Caribbean Climate Change, Tourism & Livelihoods: Water, Energy, Agriculture, Health, Biodiversity, Infrastructure and Settlement, Comprehensive Disaster Management
  2. 2. Protecting and enhancing the livelihoods, environments and economies of the Caribbean Basin SECTORAL RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SUSTAINABLE DESTINATIONS & CLIMATE CHANGE Agriculture Water Cli t Transport Sustainable Agriculture Climate InfrastructureSustainable Caribbean Tourism Health Infrastructure Economic Development Destinations Natural Resources Waste M tResources Energy Management Security Caribbean Climate Change, Tourism & Livelihoods: Water, Energy, Agriculture, Health, Biodiversity, Infrastructure and Settlement, Comprehensive Disaster Management
  3. 3. Protecting and enhancing the livelihoods, environments and economies of the Caribbean Basin Sector Links and Participatory Processesp y • Model and predict the changes in climate as they willp g y affect the Caribbean Tourism Sector on destinational and national scale. • Assess the risk, vulnerability and adaptive capacity of h T i S i h l d d i ithe Tourism Sector in the selected destinations • Develop Action Plans for resilience of Government and Community Caribbean Climate Change, Tourism & Livelihoods: Water, Energy, Agriculture, Health, Biodiversity, Infrastructure and Settlement, Comprehensive Disaster Management
  4. 4. CARIBSAVE CC Analysis, Strategy Development, Implementation & Monitoring; component example Protecting and enhancing the livelihoods, environments and economies of the Caribbean Basin Caribbean Climate Change, Tourism & Livelihoods: Water, Energy, Agriculture, Health, Biodiversity, Infrastructure and Settlement, Comprehensive Disaster Management
  5. 5. Protecting and enhancing the livelihoods, environments and economies of the Caribbean Basin • Cross sectoral Inter ministerial• Cross-sectoral - Inter-ministerial, • Destinational, Regional and International • Cooperation and Collaboration• Cooperation and Collaboration Caribbean Climate Change, Tourism & Livelihoods: Water, Energy, Agriculture, Health, Biodiversity, Infrastructure and Settlement, Comprehensive Disaster Management
  6. 6. Protecting and enhancing the livelihoods, environments and economies of the Caribbean Basin Participatory Process: LinksParticipatory Process: Links • Pre-Workshop Appraisal Document (PWAD)Pre Workshop Appraisal Document (PWAD) • Adaptive Capacity Assessment Guide (ACAG)Adaptive Capacity Assessment Guide (ACAG) • Gender Issues and DataGender Issues and Data • Emissions Reduction and Energy UseEmissions Reduction and Energy Use (identify initiatives in the destination and key stakeholders) Caribbean Climate Change, Tourism & Livelihoods: Water, Energy, Agriculture, Health, Biodiversity, Infrastructure and Settlement, Comprehensive Disaster Management
  7. 7. Protecting and enhancing the livelihoods, environments and economies of the Caribbean Basin Breakout Groups and Tasks • 2 Minute overview of sector/organization re PWAD • Identify Group Representativey p p • Brainstorm (using PWAD) and complete PWADs • Priority Rank Key Issues (PWAD) • Review ACAG document (Adaptive Capacity.....) • Brainstorm (using ACAG and complete ACAG as a group)( g p g p) • Priority Rank Key Issues (ACAG) • Review and take account of Gender Document; record• Review and take account of Gender Document; record sources of data relating to Gender Document Id tif d R d K St k h ld d I iti ti i th Caribbean Climate Change, Tourism & Livelihoods: Water, Energy, Agriculture, Health, Biodiversity, Infrastructure and Settlement, Comprehensive Disaster Management • Identify and Record Key Stakeholders and Initiatives in the Destination in Energy Use and Emission Reduction
  8. 8. Protecting and enhancing the livelihoods, environments and economies of the Caribbean Basin THANK YOUTHANK YOU www.caribsave.org Caribbean Climate Change, Tourism & Livelihoods: Water, Energy, Agriculture, Health, Biodiversity, Infrastructure and Settlement, Comprehensive Disaster Managementwww.geog.ox.ac.uk/news/events/ccamts/ccamts.pdf

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