WP4 – Decision-making tools

Provide decision support tools for the prevention of natural coastal risks.

Development of decision support tools

Tools for decision support, exchange, training and awareness-raising among Caribbean actors.


Platform and database
The capitalisation, banking and availability of the project results will be carried out via a web portal that will provide access to the results of current and future modelling, data from the observatories and feedback from the experimental sites. This platform will also serve as a database for [...]
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Good Practice Guidelines

Definition of common strategy
This component aims to assess the state of the art of the strategies implemented for prevention and adaptation to coastal risks in the different participating territories. The knowledge of the practices in progress in the different countries will subsequently make it possible to define a common [...]
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Storm and impact monitoring network

Impact monitoring
The monitoring network of storms and their impacts aims to collect and capitalize information on marine storms in order to obtain quantitative data necessary for the validation of numerical models, but also for the purpose of memory and awareness of these meteorological-marine phenomena. Past events will be analysed [...]
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Awareness workshop

Awareness workshop
The project foresees the organisation of workshops to raise awareness among coastal stakeholders of the partner territories (managers). Events for the general public will also be carried out (conference, field visits with local associations). Finally, within the project, the transfer of skills between the partners on the different [...]
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During the Carib-Coast project, various communication products were developed to raise awareness on the importance of preserving Caribbean marine ecosystems (e.g. corals, mangroves, seagrass beds and upper beach vegetation) to limit the effects of climate change such as coastal erosion. Awareness-raising posters
Made by SPAW-RAC and ONF (Credit: Julia Bos) Coral ReefsVersions [...]
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