Caribbean Urban Forum 2019 – Trinidad and Tobago: Save the Date

Caribbean Urban Forum 2019

12 – 14th June 2019 

Disaster & Climate change resilience planning

 

The Trinidad and Tobago Society of Planners (TTSP) hosted the 9th Annual Caribbean Urban Forum (CUF), 12th-14th June, 2019 . The Forum brings together land use practitioners, municipal managers, policy makers, academics and allied professionals in an effort to address urban issues in the region. This year, the theme is Post Disaster and Climate Change Resilience Planning. See the TTSP page for further details

Presentations 

Michel Frojmovic: Too busy to learn. Bringing Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Action Tools and Methods into your practice

 

Angelique Balbosa-Phillip and Jason Roper-Brooks: Building Resilience in State Owned Enterprises: Lessons Learnt: Dominica (2017) Trinidad and Tobago (2018)

 

Monica Ramirez: Building Sysytematic Urban Resilience to Disasters in the Caribbean

 

Emrah Engindeniz: Caribbean Strategy for Informal Settlements Upgrading

 

Rogier van den Berg: CARIBBEAN URBAN PLANNING GUIDELINES – Guidelines and Strategic Planning to accelerate implementation and build capacity

 

Caribbean Development Bank: CDB’s Housing Sector Policy and Strategy 2019

 

MIchael Frojmovic: Developing a Conceptual framework for National and Local area plans in the OECS

 

Gabrielle Thongs: Developing Urban Resilience through the Evaluation of Landslide Causative Factors

 

Ivan Laughlin: Disaster Dislocation & Rehabilitation -Three Expereinces -Afganistan/ Pakistan, Montserrat and Grenada

 

Domus CaribbeanuPVC Windows and Doors

 

Tisha Holmes and Lamont Nelson: Evaluating Climate Resilience In Vision 2030 Plans

 

Tracey Beard: Increasing Urban Resilience in Caribbean Small Island Developing States SIDS The Role of Sustainability Indicators

 

Rogir van den Berg: Integrating Strategic Land-use aand Infrastructure Planning for a Sustainable Garden City

 

Killion Mokwete: Local Community Participatory Planning Methodologies as a catalyst towards long term Urban Resilience in Haiti

 

Aisha Donaldson and Sean Sooknanan: Local Community Participatory Planning Methodologies as a catalyst towards long term Urban Resilience in Haiti

 

Emergency Management Consultancy & Solutions: Measures to Mitigate Impacts Of Disasters

 

OECS Methodology for DRM based national and Local Area Planning

 

Rory Baksh: Planning Beyond Recovery Envision 2040 & The New British Virgin Islands National Physical Development Plan

 

Steve Kemp and Simone Landucci: Planning with Uncertainty

 

Sarah Hosein and Aisha Donaldson: Planning_for_Disaster_Management_at_the_Local_Level

 

Leonardo Corral, Maja Schling and Robin Rajack: Presentation at the corridor level: Impacts of the Barbados South-west Shoreline Stabilization and boardwalk

 

EPG Caribbean: Synagogue Historic District – Promoting Urban Renewal  & Resilience A UNESCO World Heritage Site Bridgetown Barbados

 

Keisha Farnum: Resilience at the Site Level: Adaptation and Regeneration of a Sand Quarry. The Walkers Reserve Experiment

Review of the Generic Methodology Terms of Reference and the Initial Programme

 

Robin Rajack: Spatial Expansion in Tobago- Preliminary Results_

 

Benarva Browne: The Adequacy of the Physical Planning System in the Building of Urban Resilience against the Impacts of Climate Change – A Case Study of the Town of Calliaqua, St. Vincent 

 

Terrel George: The Power of Design

 

Vaughn l Lezama: The Quality of the Built Environment as the first response to Earthquake Disaster Preparedness – Lessons Learnt from Haiti 2010

 

Clive Harridge: Urban Resilience Commomwealth and Global Perspectives