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A Snapshot of the Economics of Climate Adaptation Study in the Caribbean

This booklet provides a snapshot of some of the preliminary results of the Economics of Climate Adaptation (ECA) study. In an easy-to-understand manner using graphs, maps and diagrams, the booklet presents the following: ECA methodology Preliminary results for three of the pilot countries: Bermuda, Jamaica and Saint Lucia Analysis of the agriculture sector in Belize Case study focusing on salinisation in Jamaica.

Booklet of Questions and Answers - November 2011

Understanding how CCRIF Works and Insights into the Real-Time Forecasting System

Verifying CCRIF's Tropical Cyclone Hazard and Loss Modelling

This report provides an analysis of the behaviour of the Caribbean Catastrophe Risk Insurance Facility‟s (CCRIF‟s) Second-generation Hazard and Loss Estimation Model (2G Model) after the 2010 Tropical Atlantic Hurricane Season.

RTFS - End of Season Report

At the start of the Hurricane Season 2010, the Caribbean Catastrophe Risk Insurance Facility (CCRIF) provided all its members as well as many of the Region’s international development partners (IDPs) with access to its upgraded Real-Time Forecasting System (RTFS).

A Guide to Understanding the Real Time Impact Forecasting System (RTFS)

“A Guide to Understanding the Real-Time Impact Forecasting System: A Question and Answer Booklet”, has been produced by CCRIF to enable key officials such as disaster and emergency managers in our member countries to effectively utilise the real-time hurricane hazard and impact information that this tool provides during the hurricane season. By providing advanced knowledge of a hurricane’s expected site-specific impacts, the Real-Time Impact Forecasting System (RTFS) can support effective hurricane preparedness, response and evacuation.

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