The Regional Clearinghouse is an online archive and information exchange system for climate resilient decision
It helps users to:
- search, access, request and contribute digital documents, project reports and scholarly articles related to climate change in the Caribbean
- View climate projections by country
- Search the CCCCC hardcopy and CD library
- Access the 2011 Regional Project Stock Take
- Learn more
By using the Clearinghouse Search, decision makers and practitioners
will be able to retrieve, request, contribute and exchange information and data on climate change in the region.
Contribute to the Database
The Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre’s (CCCCC) Regional Clearinghouse Database is the region’s premier repository of information and data on climate change specific to the region. This dedicated climate change resource was first explored over a decade ago during the course of the Caribbean Planning for Adaptation to Climate Change (CPACC) project (1997 to 2001),
but the current iteration was spurred by a CDB project grant (2010) and the GIZ / CIM Integrated Expert Programme (2010 – 2015). The Clearinghouse has grown steadily since its launch in 2010, from a few dozen documents to over 5, 368 digital documents as of July 2016. The rapid expansion of the database will continue as the Centre adds many new documents every month, including books, videos, national/regional
strategy documents, project reports, studies and scholarly articles, among others. The expansion of the database is complemented by broad use of the facility by target audiences from across the region and
internationally— namely the press, the public, project teams, consultants, experts, researchers, students, focal points, governments and partner organizations. This wide usage is evidenced by average monthly downloads of 21,600 documents between January and July, 2016.
Other ways to access the Clearinghouse
There is another online database client available that allows for a Deep Search with metadata and full text searching. To log in choose “guest” as username and password.
Users may also download and install a desktop client as detailed in the installation manual.