Caribbean Environment Programme (CEP)
Set up by Caribbean nations in support of T-XT8350 - Convention for the Protection and Development of the Marine Environment of the Wider Caribbean Region (Cartagena Convention). Protocols: T-XT8351 - Protocol Concerning Cooperation in Combating Oil Spills in the Wider Caribbean Region; T-XT9013 - Protocol Concerning Specially Protected Areas and Wildlife to the Convention for the Protection and Development of the Marine Environment of the Wider Caribbean Region; T-XT9912 - Protocol Concerning Pollution from Land-based Sources and Activities.
Promote regional cooperation for the protection and development of the marine environment of the Wider Caribbean Region; provide a consolidated legislative, institutional and programmatic framework for cooperation among member countries and organizations concerned with the management of marine and coastal resources in the Region; provide effective coordination for implementing the Programme.
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Caribbean Regional Coordinating Unit (CAR/RCU), Kingston (Jamaica), coordinates and implements the Programme and serves as Secretariat. Regional Activity Centres (4): E-XE3347 - Regional Marine Pollution Emergency Information and Training Centre - Wider Caribbean (REMPEITC-Carib); Centro de Ingenieria y Manejo Ambiental de Bahamas y Zonas Costeras (LBS RAC-Cimab); Institute of Marine Affairs (LBS RAC-IMA); Plan Mer des Caraïbes (SPAW-RAC).
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