The State of the Caribbean Climate Report is intended to be a comprehensive ‘first-stop’ reference report that provides a state of the knowledge account of climate variability and change, which will become the premise for actionable recommendations to improve the region’s resilience across all levels and sectors. The Report contains updated and reliable climate data including observed climate variability and trends, recent extreme climatic events and impacts, a compilation of potential impacts of climate change for climate-sensitive sectors, and an examination of the value of climate information. Ultimately, the State of the Caribbean Climate Report  is expected to be used to support disaster risk reduction, facilitate the formation of climate change adaptation strategic plans, and aid work program development, all of which will contribute to the increased resilience of vulnerable Caribbean countries and communities.


State of the Caribbean Climate Report