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Ecological Spaces in Urban Communities: Kingston as an Ecological Space

Toni-Ann Reid and Winston Quest Paper presented at the Caribbean Urban Forum 2017 Abstract The compounded effects of climate change, escalating population growth, increased land development, alongside socio-economic challenge expose weaknesses in Jamaica’s urban communities, highlighting the vulnerabilities and emphasize the need for sustainable interventions towards a resilient future. What if we designed a new city using an old one? […]

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FDPI is a Member of the GEF-CSO Network

The Foundation became a member of the Global Environment Facility Civil Society (GEF-CSO) Network in March 2016. The network is comprised of civil society organizations whose work in the area of sustainable development is aligned with the mandate of the Global Environment Facility (GEF). The primary role of the network is to facilitate the engagement of civil society organizations in […]

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