December 10th, 2022
The Community Action, Climate Change and Health Project focuses on the rural coastal communities of the Toco region of Trinidad and Tobago. It sought to understand local communities and to report on their perspectives on the impacts of weather and climate changes on their health and livelihoods while providing rich contextual information on their needs and development priorities.
Michelle Scobie, Principal Investigator for the Toco section of the project, edited and produced the following video series for the project:
The video series highlight the perspectives of Toco groups and community members on their involvement in policy development, their capacity building needs, and their perspectives on community health and livelihoods.
Scobie is a member of the Inter-American Institute for Global Change Research Scientific Advisory Committee (SAC) and is a Senior Lecturer at the Institute of International Relations at the University of the West Indies, Trinidad and Tobago. The research was supported by the Belmont Forum through the Research Council of Norway and the UK’s Natural Environment Research Council (NERC)