Jul 2021
Author(s): Solaun, Kepa;Resomardono, Chiquita;Hess, Katharina;Antich, Helena;Alleng, Gerard;Flores, Adrián
Several factors contribute to Surinames particular vulnerability to the effects of climate change. It is dependent on fossil fuels, has forests liable to decay, fragile ecosystems, and its low-lying…
Jul 2021
Author(s): Solaun, Kepa;Resomardono, Chiquita;Hess, Katharina;Antich, Helena;Alleng, Gerard;Flores, Adrián
Suriname is zeer kwetsbaar voor de effecten van klimaatverandering. Tot de factoren die de kwetsbaarheid van het land vergroten, behoren de afhankelijkheid van fossiele brandstoffen, de achteruitgang…
Jul 2021
Author(s): Ortiz, Raphaëlle;Núñez, Anamaría;Cathala, Corinne;Rios, Ana R.;Nalesso, Mauro
Esta nota técnica es una actualización del documento anterior “El agua en tiempos de sequía: Lecciones de cinco sequías alrededor del mundo”, publicado en 2018. Explora situaciones y políticas de…
Jul 2021
Author(s): Ortiz, Raphaëlle;Núñez, Anamaría;Cathala, Corinne;Rios, Ana R.;Nalesso, Mauro
Esta nota técnica es una actualización del documento anterior “El agua en tiempos de sequía: Lecciones de cinco sequías alrededor del mundo”, publicado en 2018. Explora situaciones y políticas de…
Jul 2021
Author(s): Solaun, Kepa;Alleng, Gerard;Flores, Adrián;Resomardono, Chiquita;Hess, Katharina;Antich, Helena
Suriname is highly vulnerable to the effects of climate change. Among the factors that exacerbate its vulnerability are its dependency on fossil fuels, the degradation of important ecosystems (e.g.,…
Dec 2020
Author(s): Vandorpe, Margot;De Salvo, Carmine Paolo;Shik, Olga
The agriculture and fisheries sectors account for 9 percent of Surinames GDP. Transition to a modern and innovative agri-food system is among the goals of Surinames government. Surinames agricultural…
Oct 2020
Author(s): Inter American Development Bank
In December 2019, Suriname became the second country in the world to submit the update of its Nationally Determined Contributions (NDC) to the Paris Agreement of the United Nations Framework…
Oct 2020
Author(s): Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo
En diciembre de 2019 Surinam se convirtió en el segundo país del mundo en presentar la actualización de sus Contribuciones Nacionalmente Determinadas (NDC) ante el Acuerdo de París de la Convención…
Oct 2020
Author(s): Inter American Development Bank
In december 2019 werd Suriname het tweede land die de actualisering van zijn nationaal bepaalde bijdragen (Nationally Determined Contributions - NDC) heeft ingediend bij de Verenigde Naties met…
Feb 2018
Author(s): Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo
Conexión INTAL informa sobre desarrollos en las áreas de integración y comercio en las regiones de América Latina y el Caribe. Esta edición se dedica al lanzamiento de la publicación “LATINDIA: el…
Apr 2016
Author(s): Riquelme, Rodrigo;Méndez, Paola;Smith, Ianthe
This publication looks into the Solid Waste Sector situation in nine Caribbean countries: The Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Jamaica, Guyana, Haiti, Suriname, St Lucia and Trinidad and Tobago. Adequate…
Sep 2015
Author(s): Lachaud, Michée Arnold;Bravo-Ureta, Boris E.;Ludeña, Carlos E.
This study estimates Climate Adjusted Total Factor Productivity (CATFP) for agriculture in Latin America and Caribbean (LAC) countries, while also providing comparisons with several regions of the…
Oct 2014
Author(s): Multilateral Investment Fund;Power Africa;Department for International Development;Bloomberg New Energy Finance
Climatescope seeks to bring quantitative rigor to the basic question of what makes a country attractive for clean energy investment, development, and deployment.Climatescope ranks countries on their…
Oct 2014
Author(s): Fondo Multilateral de Inversiones;Power Africa;Department for International Development;Bloomberg New Energy Finance
El Climascopio se propone aportar rigor cuantitativo a la pregunta básica de qué es lo que hace que un país sea atractivo para las inversiones, el desarrollo y el despliegue de energías limpias. El…
Oct 2014
Author(s): Marto, Ricardo;Alvarez, Lourdes;Suarez, David
Despite the many differences among Caribbean nations, Climate Change (CC) poses a serious threat to them all. Average temperatures in the Region have increased by 0.1° to 0.2°C per decade over the…
Oct 2011
Author(s): Hausil, Farzia
This presentation was commissioned by the Regional Policy Dialogue and presented in the meeting Disaster Risk Reduction: Best Practices for Climate-Resilient Coastal Development held in Bridgetown…
Feb 2011
Author(s): Alleng, Gerard
This presentation discusses the cost of impacts of climate change on the Caribbean. The response of adaptation will need to be applied towards an integral strategy to build on disaster risk…