Register for the Caribbean Urban Forum 2017 now!
Belize is our host this year from the 17th – 19th May this year and our theme is Green Energy, Green Economy, Green Space, will be held in
Send an email to email@example.com to get the early bird registration price of US$325.
We have lots of presentations which address the urban sector issues in the Caribbean. Click on the links below to download the abstracts and more presentations are yet to come.
- Abdool, A. Medicinal Plants The Blueprints of a New Urban Legacy
- Amiemba, N. The indigenous village Galibi as best practice for local initiatives
- Alleyne, D. , Lorde, R. The Green Economy and Housing – Practical, Pragmatic or Pitiful?
- Baksh, R. , Edwards, A. , Frojmovic, M. National Land Use Policy and Physical Development Plan for the Commonwealth of Dominica
- Bailey, E. Placemaking and conflict in inner-urban community -the case of Tivoli Gardens, Kingston Jamaica
- Chadee, S. and Stoute, V. Green Building in Trinidad and Tobago – Constraints and Opportunities -An exploratory approach
- Cudjoe, R. A Business Case for Green Buildings in Small Island Developing States-A Caribbean Perspective
- Crownshaw, D. Understanding the process of waterfront developing in Belize – persppective from the coast
- Davidson, G. and Bowron, B. Adapting to Climate Change – Potential lessons for the Caribbean
- Francis, L. The Impact and challenges of Increasing Densities and Heights within the Kingston metropolitan area (KMA) of Jamaica.
- Fryer, M. , Bouillon, C. Lessons learned from IDB support for affordable housing and neighborhood upgrading projects in four Caribbean countries.
- Griffith, S. and Holder, C.Synergies in the Urban Rehabilitation of Bridgetown
- Horning, D. , Temple, M. Sustainable Local Water Governance: the right connections
- Hosein, R. , Conrad, D. The resource curse, Corporate Social Responsibility and the Host Community DependencyThe resource curse, Corporate Social Responsibility andthe Host Community Dependency
- Joseph, P. How the adoption of a green building certification program or rating system can improve the efficacy of the T&T planning system
- Kemp, S. and Kemp, C. Living Streets
- Mayr, M. , Rouse, C. , Van den Berg, R. Blue-Green Networks as a spatial development strategy – the case of Belmopan, Belize
- Kostaras, J. , Solloso, E. , and Larsen, M. Assessing Alternative Resiliency Strategies in Under-resourced Coastal Communities in Belize Impacted by Climate Change and Vulnerable to Environmental Risk
- Mohammed, A. Hydropower from Municipal Water Supply ReservoirHydropower fromSmall-Scale Economic Development through Agriculture Municipal Water Supply Reservoir
- Moriah, A. Small-Scale Economic Development through Agriculture
- Moriah, A.Lessons and Practices in Comprehensive Community Renewal
- `Opoku, A. The Challenges of Healthier and popularLessons and Practices in Comprehensive Community Renewal Urban Transportation
- Prendergast, D. Our Voices, Our Outcomes: The Case of the Implementation of Phase II of the UN-Habitat Participatory Slum Upgrading Programme in Jamaica.
- St. Bernard, G. , Hinds-Layne, M. Reimagining Speightstown in the Context of Contemporary Spatial Classifications
- Usher, K. , Rodriguez, K. The Difference Green Space Can Make: Exploring an Urban Parks System for Belize City – Connecting Families with Greenspace for Justice and Resiliency
- White, T. Feasibility of co-located offshore wind and wave energy generation