The¬†2012 Caribbean Environmental Forum and Exhibition (CEF-6)¬†will take place in May in St. Kitts and Nevis:
The Sixth Biennial Caribbean Environmental Forum & Exhibition (CEF- 6), will be held in Saint Kitts and Nevis from 21 to 25 May, 2012.
The Sixth Biennial Caribbean Environmental Forum & Exhibition (CEF-6) is the premier sustainable development and environment forum and exhibition in the Caribbean with a regional focus and international attention. This event brings together a wide and diverse cross section of professionals and other persons concerned with or involved in environmental and developmental issues.
The CEF-6 will be held in conjunction with the 16th Annual Wider Caribbean Waste Management Conference (ReCaribe), and will be held over four days and incorporates valuable networking events, forums and discussion groups, speaker presentations and an exhibition showcasing the latest technology, products and services.
Come, be a participant, presenter, exhibitor and interact with high level speakers, experts, practitioners and others.
The¬†16th Annual Wider Caribbean Waste Management Conference¬†will be held at the same time:
These two events will be held simultaneously under the unified theme ‚ÄúThe Green Economy: Challenges and Opportunities in Managing Health, Water, Waste, Land, Energy, Climate Change and our Natural Resources‚ÄĚ to emphasize technologies, actions and strategies to address key environmental and health issues facing Caribbean small island developing States (SIDS). The CEF series on Caribbean health and environment has been organized by the Caribbean Community‚Äôs (CARICOM) Caribbean Environmental Health Institute (CEHI) biennially since 2000. The annual ReCaribe has been organized since 1995 by Clean Islands International (CII) to discuss waste management issues in the wider Caribbean region. The combined event is being co-sponsored by the Government of St. Kitts and Nevis, the UN Environment Programme‚Äôs (UNEP) Caribbean Regional Coordinating Unit (CAR/RCU), the Global Environment Facility‚Äôs (GEF) Integrating Watershed and Coastal Area Management project (IWCAM), and the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).