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  • CPAG Insights - Issue No. 12

    In the latest edition of the Caribbean Protected Areas Gateway (CPAG) newsletter, we unveil CPAG's transition, new updates to our conservation dashboard tool, and warmly introduce a new addition to our esteemed team. Additionally, we recount our active involvement in regional discussions including the IUCN Regional Forum 2024 in Mexico City, the OECMs webinar discussion, and the NBSAPs and CBD GBF Target 3 workshop in Guyana.

  • CPAG Insights - Issue No. 11

    Caribbean Gateway Insights Issue 11 is here!

    We are delighted to share the latest newsletter from the Caribbean Protected Areas Gateway, where we tell you more about the new developments, tools and resources now available on our website, our latest engagements across the region and internationally, and what’s in store for 2024!

  • CPAG Insights - Issue No. 10

    The 10th Issue of the Caribbean Gateway Insights Newsletter has been Released

    In this official newsletter of the Caribbean Protected Areas Gateway (CPAG), we discuss new protected areas in the Caribbean, efforts towards achieving the targets of the new Global Biodiversity Framework, biodiversity initiatives being undertaken in our participating countries and upcoming tools and activities by the CPAG to assist in the effective management of biodiversity, protected and conserved areas in the region.

  • CPAG Insights - Issue No. 9

    CPAG on the move! 

    Over the last few months, the CPAG has made its way to a number of participating countries, collecting data, conducting workshops and engaging with stakeholders to promote environmental tools.

    CPAG kicked off its 2023 country mission series to promote the tools created for environmental and biodiversity management. The tour began in March and is set to end in June, with visits to Grenada, St Vincent, St Kitts and Nevis, Antigua and Barbuda, St Lucia, Belize, and Trinidad and Tobago.

  • Caribbean Gateway Insights - Issue No. 8

    We’ve done a lot this year, in addition to our engagements on the ground. We’ve added a ton of features to our platform, from a new dashboard to the ability to create maps. We also relaunched our website, and we’re about to come out with some cool new tools targeted at Protected Area (PA) managers.
The Barnes Hill Community Reservoir...

The Barnes Hill Community Reservoir...

Water shortages during a four-year drought led to serious impacts on the Barnes Hill community on the island of Antigua and Barbuda.

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