Caribbean Natural Resources Institute (CANARI)
Caribbean Natural Resources Institute (CANARI)

Founding Year: 1989

Staff: 18

Budget: $1.1m (2018)

Nicole Leotaud (Executive Director and Managing Partner)

A regional, technical non-profit organization dedicated “to promoting and facilitating equitable participation and effective collaboration in the management of natural resources critical to development in the Caribbean islands.” It strives to provide people with a better quality of life and conserve natural resources “through action learning and research, capacity building and fostering partnerships.”

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Caribbean Natural Resources Institute (CANARI) contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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