Articles by Perry Polar:
Small and Medium Enterprises as Indicators of Resilience to Climate Change in the Caribbean

By Asad Mohammed and Perry Polar Paper presented at the Forum for the Future of the Caribbean – May 2015 Abstract The Caribbean’s contribution to global climate change is negligible, but the projected impacts of global climate change on the region may be devastating, given the limited adaptive capacity of the region’s small islands and low-lying coastal states. Understanding a […]

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Re-thinking Environmental Justice

By Perry Polar.   June 5, 2021 In 2020, I was a panelist on the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) City Network’s webinar titled: The New Urban Normal: Climate Inclusion for Equitable Cities. Environmental justice was at the center of the discourse. I have encountered several definitions of environmental justice, with a common thread being the recognition that non-desirable environmental impacts are […]

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