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Our Members are practitioners and university faculty that are experts in various aspects of protected areas policy and management. Review Membership Guidelines and Application Form.

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Welcometo Parks Caribbean!

Parks Caribbean introduces you to some of the Caribbean’s special places, Protected Areas. These special places are often fragile, usually beautiful, always contributing to the development of Caribbean peoples. Protected areas are treasure troves of history and culture, weaving stories of struggle, liberation, love, and hope. The stories and visit to the sites helps us to understand the past, enjoy the present, and plan for the future. They protect water sources, provide food, provide medicines, and opportunities for learning and recreation. Some are so special that they are considered to be World Heritage.

Not only will you enjoy these special places, many of you will fall in love (with places and people) or get married in one.

Parks Caribbean introduces you to programmes, places, and people, but the way to truly experience protected areas in the Caribbean is to immerse yourself in these special places.

Due to the COVID-19 travel restrictions, the 2020-2021 program will involve virtual opportunities in New York City, Baltimore, and Hawaii.  The program is open to artists from anywhere in the world. Applications are due on September 15, 2020, and residencies will begin November 2020. https://www.thenatureofcities.com/urban-field-station-artist-residency/

The 2015-2020 protected areas development project in Trinidad and Tobago produced management plans for five sites, as well as several guide documents for processes such as communications, participatory planning, and trail development and maintenance. Management Plans Guideline Documents

On January 10, 2020, Jean Wiener, Director of the Fondation pour la Protection de la Biodiversité Marine (FoProBiM), signed Haiti’s first ever co-management agreement with the National Protected Areas Agency (ANAP). The agreement will ensure FoProBiM’s continued collaboration with ANAP in activities related to all of Haiti’s Marine Protected Areas, and of the 3Bays MPA […]

Country Profiles

Reviews of country management systems

The Country Profile is a summary of protected areas programming that provides information on the national management framework, programmes and projects, relationship with economic sectors, and the linkages and responses to international environmental agreements. They also show how the benefits produced by a well-managed system of protected areas extend into communities and the national economy.

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Publications

reports on a range of protected areas topics

Parks Caribbean makes available reports on a range of protected areas topics, and may be focused on a particular site, a country, or may cover regional issues. This wealth of materials on protected areas policy and practice is used by policy makers, protected areas practitioners, students, and the general public.

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Protected Area News

Updates from the protected areas network
Parks Caribbean provides the most current information on protected areas programming in the Caribbean. Also included is global news of relevance to the Caribbean, and thought-provoking briefs and analyses prepared by our network of Members. Persons who wish to have protected areas news sent directly to their email addresses can subscribe to the Parks Caribbean news list.

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Parks and People

Contribution to sustainable development
This section of the website promotes protected areas that demonstrate the triple bottom line of sustainable development; that is, sustained and inclusive economic growth, social development, and environmental protection. Submission of site profiles must follow the Guidelines provided by Parks Caribbean.

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