Port of Spain, August 18, 2023 – The Caribbean Natural Resources Institute (CANARI) launched the Caribbean Resilience Knowledge Platform which serves as an online hub to support knowledge sharing, learning and collaboration among civil society organisations and their public and private sector partners to scale up action for climate justice and resilience across the region.

It seeks to catalyse and facilitate enhanced support for civil society organisations through raising awareness about their work, including best practices and innovations to inspire further action and advocacy, as well as sharing of relevant tools and resources to help build capacity. The platform also seeks to share information to foster collaboration among civil society and with the public and private sector to further mobilise knowledge, resources and funding to support climate justice and resilience.

Development of the platform was led by CANARI, with funding from the Green Climate Fund, Inter American Foundation and Open Society Foundations

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Visit the Caribbean Resilience Knowledge Platform at: https://resiliencecanari.org/

 

Photo and credit: The Antigua & Barbuda Association for Persons with Disabilities showcase their climate-smart agriculture practices ©HaMa and Refica Attwood