Publication of the Month Catalogue

2016 Year

GM builds vehicles and biodiversity at its facilities

Bringing Together A Protected Area, Local Communities and Entrepreneurship

Biodiversity and Livelihoods: REDD-Plus Benefits

5 Ways Animals are Working for Cities

The world’s forests will collapse if we don’t learn to say ‘no’

Nature: a powerful ally for business

A nature protocol for business, by business

Fighting Thailand’s drought with biodiversity

CITES Conference: Future of wildlife at stake

2015 Year

New UN Report Details Ecosystem Services of Almost One Billion Dollars

Fostering Community Strategies for Saving the World’s Oceans

Parrotfish Ban?

Statement for the World Day to Combat Desertification

Specially Protected Areas and Wildlife Newsletter No. 16

Making the Case: Ecological Infrastructure for Water Security in South Africa

Aliens of Xaymaca Vol. 8, Issue 2

Governments to expand U.N law of the sea with new legally binding agreement on biodiversity

Ethiopia’s seed banks and the search for food security

Panama Canal: Superhighway for Invasive Species?

 

 

2014 Year

 

Supporting People and Biodiversity

Wild Pollinators are Critical in Keeping Our Picnic Baskets Full

The U.N.’s Biodiversity Targets Cannot Be Achieved Without Cities. Here’s Why…

Nature Vibe 2014, Issue II

Capacité – Issue 9

Health and Biodiversity 

Protected Areas News…Vol. 1, No. 1

Aliens of Xaymaca Vol. 7 – Issue 2

Capacité – Issue 8

The Blue and John Crow Mountains National Park Celebrates 21 Years

Can you imagine a Caribbean without its beaches?

Nature Vibe Issue III

2013 Year

Aliens of Xaymaca, Vol. 6, Issue 4

A Historic Background to the Biodiversity of Great Goat Island, Jamaica

A park for resisting slavery

Aliens of Xaymaca Vol. 6 Issue 3

Natural History Museum of Jamaica explores Jamaica’s Biodiversity

Specially Protected Areas and Wildlife Newsletter No. 9

Capacité Issue 4 – March 2013

The Last Drop

Specially Protected Areas and Wildlife Newsletter No. 8

Aliens of Xamayca, Vol 6, Issue 1

2012 Year

Amazing Species: Montserrat Galliwasp

Capacité – Issue 2 CEPF Caribbean Newsletter

Islands show the way to conserve nature

Aliens of Xamayca, Vol 5, Issue 4

The Olympics and Environmental Sustainability

Caribbean Regional Fisheries Mechanism Discusses Action on Lionfish and Sargassum Seaweed

What is the Green Economy

Sea Temperature Rise

Unlocking Migration’s Secrets

Rethinking Fisheries Management

Specially Protected Areas and Wildlife No. 5 Jan 2012

Aliens of Xamayca, Vol 5, Issue 1

 

2011 Year

Nature Vibe 2011, Issue No. 3

Aliens of Xaymaca Vol.4, Issue 4

Caribbean Challenge Initiative Update #1

Aliens of Xamayca, Vol 4, Issue 3

Jamaican Lace-bark Tree (Contact the Natural History Museum of Jamaica to read this article)

Aliens Newsletter Volume 4 Issue 2

Ecosystem Approach

Aliens of Xamayca, Vol 4, Issue 1

Dollar trees line conservation road

2010 Year

Why Lemon Grass – Why Now

The Caribbean Seabird Initiative: Invasives

Aliens of Xamayca, a newsletter on non-indigenous species in Jamaica Volume 3 Issue 4

Aliens of Xamayca, a newsletter on non-indigenous species in Jamaica Volume 3 Issue 3

Contributed by NEPA

Power of Partnerships for Region-Wide Bird ConservationPromoted in Month-Long Festival

Contributed by NEPA

Aliens of Xamayca, a newsletter on non-indigenous species in Jamaica Volume 3 Issue 2

Contributed by NEPA

Message from Ahmed Djoghlaf, Executive Secretary of the Convention on Biological Diversity on the occasion of World Wetlands Day

2009 Year

Aliens of Xamayca, a newsletter on non-indigenous species in Jamaica Volume 2 Issue 4

Contributed by NEPA

Biodiversity Databases

Aliens of Xamayca, a newsletter on non-indigenous species in Jamaica Volume 2 Issue 3

Contributed by NEPA

Aliens of Xamayca, a newsletter on non-indigenous species in Jamaica Volume 2 Issue 2

Contributed by NEPA

New free software helps identify key areas for environmental protection

Aliens of Xamayca, a newsletter on non-indigenous species in Jamaica Volume 2

Contributed by NEPA

2008 Year

*Vol. 1, Issues 2 and 3 were not Articles of the Month but have been added for completeness of the Aliens of Xaymaca Series.

 

*Aliens of Xamayca, a newsletter on non-indigenous species in Jamaica Volume 1 Issue 3

Contributed by NEPA

*Aliens of Xamayca, a newsletter on non-indigenous species in Jamaica Volume 1 Issue 2

Contributed by NEPA

Aliens of Xamayca, a newsletter on non-indigenous species in Jamaica Volume 1

Contributed by NEPA

Building the Capacities of Caribbean Countries for Effective Participation in the BCH”

Contributed by Marydelene Vasquez UNEP-GEF Regional Adviser on BCH for the Caribbean Region

Tribute To Audrey Downer 1918-2007

Contributed by Catherine Levy

Florula of Lime Cay- an account of the vascular plants on a small Jamaican islet

Maarten J.M. Christenhusz published in the journal Schlechtendalia vol. 17 (2008)

The Impacts of Climate Change on the Coral Reefs of the Caribbean

Contributed by Marcia Chevannes Creary, Environmental Data Manager, Caribbean Coastal Data Centre, University of the West Indies

Black–Billed Parrot (Amazona Agils) Population Viability Assessment (PVA): A Science-Based Prediction For Policy Makers

Susan E. Koenig Published by ORNITOLOGIA NEOTROPICAL 19 (Suppl.): 135–149, 2008

Jacqueline daCosta Champions GIS

Published in ESRI ArcNews Vol.29 No.4

National Best Community Competition & Programme 2007 Report

Author and Affiliation, Jacqueline DaCosta, Chairperson, National Steering Committee, Best Community Competition & Prog

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