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Calendar of Events 2020

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Date Event Location
24 January Stakeholder Consultation of Barbados’ Fisheries Policy Barbados
28 - 29 January (postponed) Caribbean Development Dialogue (Meeting with donors and development partners) Guyana
28 - 31 January First National Workshop - Stewardfish Jamiaca
29 January (Postponed) 35th Meeting of the Executive Committee Electronic Meeting
3 - 7 February National Workshop for Enhancing Climate Science Basis of the GCF Funded Activities Cambodia
10 - 13 February Mission to IAEA Marine Lab Monaco
13 February 4th Meeting of the CARIFORUM-EU Special Committee on Agriculture and Fisheries Electronic Meeting
10 - 14 February Second National Workshop - Stewardfish Barbados
13 February 4th Meeting of the CARIFORUM-EU Special Committee on Agriiculture and Fisheries Electronic Meeting
16 - 23 February (Postponed) Visit of Chinese Aquaculture Experts to Jamaica, Guyana and St. Kitts and Nevis Guyana, Jamaica, St. Kitts and Nevis
17 February Launch of CCAT and Seminar on rules and procedure for initiating action Barbados
17 February 11th Special Meeting of the Community Council of Minister Barbados
18 - 19 February 31st Intersessional Meeting of the Conference of Heads of Government Barbados
5 - 6 March Inception Workshop of the GEF Funded Blue Growth Project Belize
9 - 13 March 3rd National Workshop - Stewardfish Antigua and Barbuda
10 March  19th CARICOM-Japan Consultation Guyana
11 - 12 March Annual Project Steering Committeee Meeting of CC4FISH Barbados
16 - 18 March 2nd Meeting of the WECAFC - CRFM - OSPESCA Fisheries data and Statistics Working Group Panama
18 - 20 March 4th National Workshop - Stewardfish St. Vincent and the Grenadines
18 - 20 March Joint Meeting of the CLME+ SAP Interim Coordination Mechanism and Project Executive Group Miami
19 - 20 March Regional data Workshop Panama
17 - 18 March CARIFORUM Preparatory & 3rd Meeting of the Task Force on the 2020 review of the CARIFORUM EU-EPA Guyana
17 - 20 March Special Meeting of the Counci for Trade and Economic Development Guyana
23 - 25 March Technical Meeting on the Use of Nuclear and Isotopic Techniques to Strengthen Member States Seafood Safty programmes Monaco
23 - 25 March Towards a Sustainable and Resilient Caribbean Blue Economy Antigua and Barbuda
23 - 27 March 5th National Workshop - Stewardfish Saint Lucia
24 March 4th cooperation Meeting of the ACS Barbados
23 March - 3 April 4th BBNJ Conference  
2 - 3 April 50th Regular Meeting of the Council for Trade and Economic Development (COTED) - Officials Guyana
06 - 10 April 6th National Workshop - Sstewardfish  Belize
15 - 16 April CARIFORUM Preparatory & 3rd Meeting of the Task Force on the 2020 review of the CARIFORUM EU-EPA Guyana
15 - 17 April

Joint Council of Ministers with responsibility for Trade and Fisheries

Workshop on the WTO Fisheries Subsidies Negotiations

Technical Working Group for Trade and Fisheries Officials

St. Lucia
16 - 17 April 23rd Meeting of the Council for Foreign and Community Relations (COFCOR) Haiti
20 - 24 April 7th National Workshop - Stewardfish Guyana
21 - 24 April 3rd Meeting of the Sustainable Ocean Iniative Global Dialogue Korea
22 - 24 April 3rd CLME+ Project Steering Committee Meeting Panama
7 - 8 May  18th Meeting of the Caribbean Fisheries Forum St. Lucia 
15 May  28th Meeting of the Legal Affairs Committee (LAC) Guyana
25 - 26 May 14th meeting of the CRFM Ministerial Council St. Lucia
2 - 6 June UN Ocean Conference Lisbon
8 - 11 June 12th WTO Ministerial Conference Kazakhstan
October 15th Quadrennial of the United Nations Conference on Trade and development (UNCTAD XV) Barbados
 9 - 13 November  73rd GCFI Meeting  
12 - 13 November 11th WECAFC SAG  

Tuesday, 26 November 2019 02:44

CRFM Research Paper Collection Volume 9 Featured

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As  part  of  the  Caribbean  Track  of  the  Pilot  Programme  forClimate  Resilience  a  series of  ecological, economic and social assessmentsof climate change impacts on marine resources and the fisheries sector were undertaken between March 2018 and January 2019. This synthesis provides key conclusions arising from theassessment of (1) climate risks and ecological impacts for Caribbean marine fish stocks, (2) the economic  consequences  of  ecosystem  shifts  and  of  increased  tropical  cyclone  activity  and  (3)  fisheries viability and resilience through the lens of value chains. Overall, multiple lines of evidence suggest large risk  and  impacts  of  climate variationon  the  Caribbean Sea’s  fish  stocks  and  fisheries.  Economic assessment results suggest a large pre-existing “adaptation deficit”, as the estimated economic impacts of climate   change appear   smallrelative   to documented lossesand   damages under   current   climate conditions.. Research at two local fishing sites reveals opportunities to improve climate resilience across the seafood value chain by empowering resource users to self-organize and build local adaptive capacity, promoting seafood product differentiation and identifying enablers for governance effectiveness.Several improvements and extensions to the ecological and economic modelling undertaken under this project are possible and recommended; however, sufficient information from this and previous research is available to  inform  adaptation  planning  and  targeted  measures.  Assessment  results  will  form  the  basis  of  a communications  campaign  and  monitoring and  management recommendations  undertaken  as  part of the project.

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