This project assesses the potential for Nature-based Solutions to reduce vulnerability to flooding and improve well-being in urban areas in Trinidad and Tobago. The topic was chosen as flooding is the most prevalent issue within the Caribbean state. This issue is worsened by a variety of environmental and human factors, making it a difficult problem to tackle, however, the implementation of Nature-based Solutions is seen as a key concept that can be implemented to make a difference.
Risk-based design approach for the impact of climate change on critical infrastructure in the Caribbean
Herona D. Thompson, MSc. in Engineering Geology, University of Leeds, 2020
Renata Philogene-McKie, MSc. in Risk, Crisis and Disaster Management, University of Leicester, 2018
Kevin Patrick Douglas, MSc In Disaster Management, The University of the West Indies, 2011
Kellesia Williams, MSc Natural Resource Management, The University of the West Indies, 2018
Gerarda Ramcharansingh, MSc. Natural Resources Management - Disaster Management, The University of the West Indies, 2011.
Cory George, MSc Earthquake Engineering and Disaster Management, University College London, 2018
Danellia Aitcheson, MSc. in Sustainability (Remote Sensing and GIS), University of Southamption, 2017
Sarah Buckland. University of the West Indies. Mona Campus. 2019
Institutional Capacity to Manage the Risk of Flood Disaster: A Case Study of the Tunapuna/Piarco Regional Corporation in Trinidad and Tobago
This dissertation is submitted as part of a MA degree in Disasters, Adaptation and Development at King’s College London. - Christal Benjamin, 2019