Post Graduate Course for Beach Rehabilitation Project begins in Trinidad & Tobago

The project entitled, “Impact Assessment of Climate Change on the Sandy Shorelines of the Caribbean: Alternatives for its Control and Resilience” (Sandy Shorelines project) spearheaded by the Association of Caribbean States (ACS) and funded by the Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA), through the consultant Inversiones GAMMA S.A (Cuban coastal experts) commenced a “Postgraduate course on coastal processes and methodological criteria for beach recovery and seminar on sedimentology” today as part of the beach rehabilitation executive project in Trinidad and Tobago. The course is expected to conclude on 6th May 2022. The ACS would like to specially thank Dr. Rahanna Juman, Director of the Institute of Marine Affairs (IMA) for hosting the course at the IMA Auditorium at Hilltop Lane in Chaguaramas. The ACS also thanks Her Excellency Ms. Tania Diego Olite, Cuban Ambassador to Trinidad and Tobago who participated in the opening proceedings. Present at the head table were professors Dr. Jose Luis Juanes and Ms. Lourdes Rivas Rodriguez as well as Mr. Colin Jack, ACS Project Manager of the Sandy Shorelines project.