Implementing and Monitoring the Sustainable Development Goals in the Caribbean: The Role of the Ocean

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Identifying and Articulating Knowledge Needs for the Implementation and Monitoring of the Sustainable Development Goals in Caribbean Small Island States and Matching Those Needs to Knowledge, Tools, and Data.

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Dr. Douglas Cripe
GEO Secretariat, Geneva, Switzerland

Douglas Cripe is an expert on climate, water, oceans, and science and technology, and is currently serving as Work Programme Coodinator at the intergovernmental Group on Earth Observations (GEO) Secretariat, in Geneva. He received his PhD in Physical Geography (climatology) from Kent State University and MSc in Atmospheric Science from Colorado State University. Before joining the GEO, Dr. Cripe was a Senior Scientist at the Institute for Environmental Sciences (ISE) at the University of Geneva; has served as assistant editor for the Environmental Science & Policy Journal (Elsevier); served as the coordinator for the climate module of the Environmental Diplomacy course offered jointly with UNEP and the Graduate Institute of Geneva; and worked several years as a Research Associate in climate modeling at Colorado State University.

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under grant 80NSSC17K0241