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  • RedLAC is Back in the Caribbean

    After 13 years, the RedLAC 19th Assembly is taking place again in the insular Caribbean.

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  • Working with Hurricanes

    Working in the Caribbean means working with hurricanes.

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  • Conservation leaders meet to roll out funding and commitments towards sustainability in the Caribbean

    The members of the Caribbean Challenge Initiative (CCI) gathered for the 2nd CCI-CBF Week.

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  • Angel Fish in the Caribbean

    The Caribbean Biodiversity Fund supports conservation of marine ecosystems and sustainable fisheries for national and local economic development.

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  • Sea Fan in Exuma Cays Land & Sea Park

    Healthy coral reefs are vital for proactive nearshore marine ecosystems.

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  • Blue and John Crow Mountains National Park

    The Caribbean Biodiversity Fund supports effective conservation of terrestrial ecosystems.

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  • A Conch shell at Warderick Wells Cay

    The Caribbean Biodiversity Fund will work with National Protected Area Trust Funds in the region to conserve our common environmental heritage.

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  • Mangroves in the Caribbean

    Mangroves are a natural infrastructure that aid in reducing the effects of sea storm surges and help protect again climate change sea level rise.

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What is the Caribbean Biodiversity Fund ?

Established in September 2012, The Caribbean Biodiversity Fund (CBF) is a regional endowment fund whose objective is to provide a sustainable flow of funds to support activities that contribute substantially to the conservation, protection and maintenance of biodiversity within the national protected areas systems or any other areas of environmental significance of its participating countries.

The CBF is the first regional endowment that will channel support to multiple National Conservation Trust Funds (NCTFs) established in participating countries.

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6 Colonial Hill Plaza
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P.O. Box CB 11398
Nassau Bahamas
Secretariat@caribbeanbiodiversityfund.org