The Caribbean Natural Resources Institute (CANARI), the University of the West Indies (UWI), the Tobago House of Assembly, Division of Agriculture, Marine Affairs, Marketing and the Environment (DAME) and the Partners with Melanesians (PwM) facilitated the building of a Participatory 3D Model (P3DM) of Tobago Island from 28th September to 12th October 2012.
The model was used as a tool to incorporate and recognize local and traditional knowledge and values into decision making about climate change adaptation.
A training of trainers in facilitating participatory approaches, with participants drawn from the Caribbean Region, was executed concurrently with the building of the P3D model of Tobago. Participants in the Training of Trainers used participatory video to evaluate the effectiveness of the use of P3DM.
The project was funded by the Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation (CTA) and the United Nations Development Programme and the Global Environment Facility Small Grants Programme (UNDP GEF SGP).
Participatory data generation: stunning results from the P3DM exercise in Tobago reports Adam Jehu vimeo.com/113866380
Goldberg Job reports back on his participation in a participatory 3-dimensional modelling exercise in Tobago vimeo.com/113954566
"My feelings in being part of a P3DM process." Feedback from Anthony, the livewhire vimeo.com/113842692
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