CEP News

Environmental Experts meet to discuss the state of Caribbean Environment
Kingston, Jamaica | September 4-6, 2018
Bermuda Remains a 'hot spot' for young sea Turtles and Biologists
Bermuda Turtle Project 2017 Field Season Report available now
What's happening with our Biodiversity Projects and Activities
Download the Latest Newsletter for our Biodiversity Sub-Programme
The Caribbean Public Health Agency’s (CARPHA) Technical Advisory Committee meets to review work in priority areas, including linkages between human health and pollution
Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago | August 2-3, 2018
Prioritizing Water, Land and Ecosystems Management, and Climate Resilience in Five OECS Countries with IWEco
Fourth Technical Meeting for our Pollution Protocol (4th LBS STAC)
Contracting parties meet to discuss the status of the Pollution from Land-based Sources and Activities (LBS) Protocol
Reforesting Bahamas for Food Security & Disaster Protection
Wetlands are significant and rich natural features of Caribbean Small Island Development States
Honduras to ratify the Cartagena Convention and its three protocols
Instruments of ratification submitted to Official Depository of the Cartagena Convention in Colombia
Government and International partners plan to tackle solid waste for trash free waters in the Bluefields and Whitehouse Communities in Jamaica
OSPAR Intersessional Correspondence Group on Marine Litter
Berlin, Germany | 13-14 June, 2018
Capacity building workshop focuses on better management of coral reef, ecosystems and coastal resources
Workshop was organized within the framework of the Protocol concerning Specially Protected Areas and Wildlife (SPAW)
Ninth Ordinary Meeting of the RAC/REMPEITC-Caribe Steering Committee
Willemstad Curacao | 5 – 7 June 2018
Global Partnership on Nutrient Management Quarterly Newsletter
Read the latest updates for the period January to April 2018
The Caribbean Marine Protected Area Management Network and Forum (CaMPAM) proudly presents its Expert Group
What's happening with our Pollution Projects and Activities?
Read the Latest Newsletter for our Pollution Sub-Programme
Regional Seas Conventions collaborate to provide technical and programmatic support to member states
UN Environment CEP strengthens cooperation with regional organizations in the Caribbean
MoU's with CRFM and CARIRI
Fourth meeting under the collective arrangement for the management of selected areas in the North-East Atlantic
Berlin, Germany | 7-8 May, 2018
Sargassum and Oil Spills Monitoring Pilot Project for the Caribbean and Adjacent Regions Workshop
Mexico City, Mexico | 2-4 May 2018
13th Training of Trainers Workshop on Marine Protected Area Management
Barbados | April 16-26 2018
Introducing Ms. Ileana Catalina Lopez
The New Programme Management Officer for our Biodiversity Sub-Programme
Interested in exciting internship opportunities at UN Environment's Caribbean Environment Programme?
Apply Now!
Side Event at Sustainable Development Forum to highlight Innovative Solutions for plastic free lifestyles
Forum of the Countries of Latin America and the Caribbean on Sustainable Development - Second Meeting Santiago, Chile | April 19 2018
Realities of working for Caribbean Small Island Developing States (SIDS) to be highlighted at 7th International Conference on Environmental Future
Honolulu, Hawai'i | 16-20 April, 2018
Global Coral Reef Monitoring Network aims to develop standardized data analysis and reporting in the region
Florida, USA | 9-12 April, 2018
Regional workshop focuses on opportunities to respond to impacts of climate change
St George’s, Grenada | 21–23 March 2018
Communication is key to overcoming cultural norms and perception about wastewater re-use
The 8th edition of World Water Forum | March 18-23, 2018
First Joint UN Human Security Programme aimed at ‘Strengthening Human Resilience in Northern Clarendon & West Kingston’
Programme launched 12 March, 2018
Discussions on the Caribbean Node for Marine Litter to take place during International Marine Debris Conference
San Diego | 12-16th March 2018
Biodiversity and Protected Areas Management (BIOPAMA) Programme was held in New Kingston
New Kingston, Jamaica | 6-7 March, 2018.