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novembro 2011 |
NU. CEPAL

Between 2008 and 2011, the United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) worked on a project to assess the...

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outubro 2011 |
NU. CEPAL. Sede Subregional para el Caribe

Water security which is essential to life and livelihood, health and sanitation, is determined not only by the water resource, but also by the...

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outubro 2011 |
NU. CEPAL. Sede Subregional para el Caribe

Changing precipitation patterns and temperature relate directly to water resources and water security. This report presents the findings of an...

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outubro 2011 |
NU. CEPAL. Sede Subregional para el Caribe

The best description of water resources for Grand Turk was offered by Pérez Monteagudo (2000) who suggested that rain water was insufficient to...

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outubro 2011 |
NU. CEPAL. Sede Subregional para el Caribe

This study assesses the potential economic impact of climate change on coastal human settlements in the Caribbean, with specific reference to...

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outubro 2011 |
NU. CEPAL. Sede Subregional para el Caribe

The energy sector is a dominant one in Trinidad and Tobago and it plays an important role in the twin-island republic‟s economy. In 2008, the...

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outubro 2011 |
NU. CEPAL. Sede Subregional para el Caribe

The agricultural sector‟s contribution to GDP and to exports in Jamaica has been declining with the post-war development process that has led to...

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outubro 2011 |
NU. CEPAL. Sede Subregional para el Caribe

Climate change is anticipated to have potentially disastrous impacts on the economic viability of the agricultural sector, insomuch as traditional...

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outubro 2011 |
NU. CEPAL. Sede Subregional para el Caribe

The economic impact of climate change on root crop, fisheries and vegetable production for Trinidad and Tobago under the A2 and B2 scenarios were...

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outubro 2011 |
NU. CEPAL. Sede Subregional para el Caribe

Climate change has the potential to impact on global, regional, and national disease burdens both directly and indirectly. Projecting and valuing...

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outubro 2011 |
NU. CEPAL. Sede Subregional para el Caribe

Climate change has the potential to impact on global, regional, and national disease burdens both directly and indirectly. Projecting and valuing...

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outubro 2011 |
NU. CEPAL. Sede Subregional para el Caribe

This research paper assesses the likely economic impact of climate change on the health sector in Trinidad and Tobago. The analysis, however, was...

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outubro 2011 |
NU. CEPAL. Sede Subregional para el Caribe

Climate change is considered to be the most pervasive and truly global of all issues affecting humanity. It poses a serious threat to the...

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outubro 2011 |
NU. CEPAL. Sede Subregional para el Caribe

Climate change is a naturally occurring phenomenon in which the earth‘s climate goes through cycles of warming and cooling; these changes usually...

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outubro 2011 |
NU. CEPAL. Sede Subregional para el Caribe

The Bahamas is at great risk and vulnerability given its geographical features as a low-lying, sea encircled country. If projected sea level rise...

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outubro 2011 |
NU. CEPAL. Sede Subregional para el Caribe
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outubro 2011 |
NU. CEPAL. Sede Subregional para el Caribe

Climate change is a continuous process that began centuries ago. Today the pace of change has increased with greater rapidity because of global...

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outubro 2011 |
NU. CEPAL. Sede Subregional para el Caribe

Owing to their high vulnerability and low adaptive capacity, Caribbean islands have legitimate concerns about their future, based on observational...