Step into life in Union Island in St. Vincent and the Grenadines in the Caribbean. As they take part in the participatory mapping exercise, witness the pride the Unionites feel about their home as they talk about what the island has to offer. Their concern and sadness can also be seen as they bring to light a changing way of life due to climate change and questionable planning decisions, which have had a severe impact on their environment.
Trainees appraise the P3DM process using "PV"
SCARBOROUGH, 14 October 2012 The volume of information to be collected from informants on their natural resources, climate change impacts and the measures they use to cope or adapt to these impacts, is best dealt with using a video camera, said Kathrina Collins, President of the Union Island Environmental Attackers from St. Vincent and the Grenadines.
Nationals from the region now ready and eager to introduce P3DM in their countries
SCARBOROUGH, 13 October 2012. One hundred and six Tobagonians participated in transposing their mental recollections of the impact of climate change on their natural resources and how they are adapting to climate change on the participatory 3D model of Tobago. Informant, Lyris Walker called it a piece of work “for the people, by the people and of the people”.
Participatory 3D Model referred to as “visual conversation” tool
SCARBOROUGH, 12 October 2012. Tobagonians, today, handed over the participatory 3D model of Tobago to the Tobago House of Assembly’s (THA’s) Secretary of Agriculture, Marine Affairs, Marketing and the Environment, the Honorable Gary Melville.
SCARBOROUGH, 12 OCTOBER 2012 - Tobago Channel 5 News - Climate change is a very serious issue in the Caribbean and we often hear about this from scientists who explain the situation in a technical sense. But what about those on the ground that want to know exactly how it can affect them.
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