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Climate change mitigation & adaptation in the Caribbean: Resilience and energy security lessons and experiences

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In the present work we peer into stories of in the Caribbean archipelago, concluding that the Caribbean is diverse and vast and we must therefore take advantage of several independent streams of resources, and delve deeper into numerical and quantitative engineering and economics analyses, to successfully implement climate change mitigation, climate change adaptation, climate resilience and energy security in our region. Given the diversity of Caribbean states, we also assert that the end of the fossil fuel era for Caribbean oil producers must not harm their economies, if their petroleum industries are re-purposed in ways that do not harm the atmosphere, but continue to ensure economic stability. Finally we also conclude that if the most effective climate change mitigation effort is reduced energy consumption by average citizens, then pervasive organized crime and heightened street violence, which hamper personal climate change mitigation measures for many individuals, must be dispelled from the Caribbean.

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