This panel discussion of the USAID Eastern and Southern Caribbean Regional Climate Symposium will focus on identifying and prioritising the climate impacts that require support at the sectoral and cross-sectoral level, considering them in the context of COVID-19. Panelists will discuss how to strengthen climate resilience, highlighting cutting-edge innovations to help transform the water, energy, agriculture, and fisheries sectors over the next decade. The panel will feature specialists from these sectors, including perspectives from a youth representative.
Wednesday, June 23
1:00 – 2:30 p.m. EDT
Register here: https://primetime.bluejeans.com/a2m/register/vwsweqkg
Kistian Flemming, Caribbean Agricultural Research and Development Institute
Milton Haughton, Caribbean Regional Fisheries Mechanism
Ignatius Jean, Caribbean Water and Sewerage Association
Cherri-Ann Farquaharson, Caribbean Centre for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency
Jhannel Tomlinson, Caribbean Youth Environment Network-Jamaica
Leisa Perch, SAEDI Consulting
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This event is part of the USAID Eastern and Southern Caribbean Regional Climate Symposium, an eight-session series hosted by the USAID Eastern and Southern Caribbean Mission. The symposium’s objectives are to renew and strengthen regional partnerships by encouraging dialogue and information-sharing to advance climate action.