Attend the Caribbean Coastal Conference

The Caribbean Development Bank, in partnership with Smith Warner International Ltd. (SWIL), the World Bank, and other regional organizations, is thrilled to invite you to the second Caribbean Coastal Conference. This event will take place from July 24th to 26th, 2024 at the AC Marriott Hotel in Kingston, Jamaica. Additionally, a fringe event is schedules for July 23rd for early arrivals.

This conference is an unparalleled opportunity for experts, policymakers, scientists, and stakeholders to engage in meaningful discussions on coastal management challenges and opportunities in our region. The goal is to foster resilience, enhance climate change adaptation, and promote economic sustainability for our coastal communities.

The conference sessions will focus on four major themes, each featuring comprehensive sessions, panel discussions, and lightning talks:

  1. Shoreline Planning for Climate Change Adaptation and Resilience
  2. Financing Options for Climate Change Adaptation and Resilience
  3. Coastal Governance
  4. The Blue Economy

They encourage the submission of lightning talks (5 minutes) and poster presentations and are accepting proposals until the week before the conference. This is a fantastic chance to share you research, insights, and innovative solutions with a diverse audience. The deadline is approaching, so don’t miss out!

They can still offer the early bird rate, if you mention the HIT RESET program so make sure to register as soon as possible! Visit www.caribbeancoastalconference.com for detailed information on registration, accommodation, and the full conference program. For inquiries, contact us at (876) 978- 8950 or email info@smithwarner.com

Spread the word and let’s all come together to chart a course towards a resilient and prosperous future for our region’s coastlines.

Looking forward to seeing everyone in Kingston!

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This project aims to provide support for projects which develop innovations to increase resilience in coastal communities of the Caribbean, as well as strengthen institutions, national and local governments’ ability to leverage information and knowledge for policy amendments.