Climate Change | Journal of CESaRE
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Do changing rainfall patterns, increasing temperatures (both sea and surface), sea level rise sound familiar. What does this mean in a Caribbean context and how does a changing climate affect Caribbean territories? 


Articles investigating the implications of climate change are highly encouraged by CESaRE. Topics can also include:


  • Long-term meteorological forecasts
  • Water resources
  • Historical climate trends
  • Impacts on industries (Tourism, Fisheries etc.)
  • Extreme weather


Articles also investigating ways to offset carbon emissions and minimize these inevitable effects are also welcomed. Such as:


  • Environmental (‘Green’) design and Buildings
  • Environmental Impact Assessments (EIAs)
  • Carbon offsetting/Carbon credits