Regional Networking and Strategy Development for Invasive Alien Species (IAS) in CEPF Priority Key Biodiversity Areas All stakeholders – policy-makers, private sector, environmental mangers, NGOS, involved and concerned citizens – join the team and help protect our rich Caribbean biodiversity, especially in areas designated Key Biodiversity Areas (KBAs) by the the Critical Ecosystems Partnership Fund […]Read more
Proposal for Consultant for Production of Video: IAS in the Caribbean and the MTIASIC Project Efforts to Combat this Threat.
Proposal for Consultant for Production of Video: IAS in the Caribbean and the MTIASIC project efforts to combat this threat. The consultant will prepare script for approval by the project Management Unit and use both original footage as well as pre-recorded material generated by participating countries to complete a video on the nature of the IAS threat to the Caribbean […]Read more
This Guide is the result of requests from individuals with diverse interests in conservation, living resources management, especially on islands, coastal areas and for updates on annual events in conservation, climate change, tourism, and professional capacity strengthening. It includes therefore a wide range of subjects. It is organized into sections covering International Special Days, Decades, events of special […]Read more
The competition seeks to raise awareness of the negative impacts of Invasive Alien Species in the Caribbean to enhance their consciousness of IAS and ensure that they do not aggravate the problem. The competition is open to citizens or residents of the wider Caribbean. Entry is free. However, pre-registration is compulsory by deadline date of […]Read more