Linking vulnerability, adaptation and mitigation in Small Islands

Small Islands, because of their small size, and insularity and remoteness, are most vulnerable to the impacts of climate change. As part of my MSC study, I examined the vulnerability level of Grande Riviere, a coastal community in Trinidad. It was found that there is a need for communities to act collectively and adopt the appropriate mitigative and adaptive measures to deal effectively with climate change.
A poster summarising my work shall be posted!

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