The Mission of the CCH is to help society sustain and improve the viability of forestry and agricultural production, the availability and quality of soil and water resources, the viability and quality of rural lifestyles, and food security in light of climate variability and change. The Goal of the CCH is to develop and deliver information related to climate, agriculture, and forestry for better planning and implementation of actions related to the mitigation of and adaptation to climate change in tropical working lands.
The Vision of the CCH is that agencies, organizations, producers, managers, and decision-makers work collaboratively to promote sustainable and best management practices that ensure food, water, and other vital resources are available in the US Caribbean by sustaining and strengthening the services provided by natural land and seascapes, working lands and rural communities in the face of changing climate.
Caribbean Hub Factsheet
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I am a farmer or forest owner, how I can build resilience to climate change?
The Caribbean Climate Hub provides information, access to resources, tools and lectures on sustainable management practices for adaptation and mitigation of climate change. In order to assist you, please contact us and let us know: What types of crops do you have? What are the most serious challenges you are currently facing? What kind of training do you need? Our mission as part of the USDA Climate Hubs Network is to educate and disseminate scientific information to increase climate resilience in the US Caribbean.