"To date, my most outstanding accomplishment was being a part of the Barbados Green Economy Scoping Study.
The Green Economy has attained global significance at the recently concluded Rio+20 United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development!"
RECOGNITION FOR EFFORTS
As an Economic Consultant, Carol-Anne Blenman has worked for the Ministry of Environment & Drainage (Government of Barbados) and prepared a Trade and Environment Report entitled, ‘An Information Paper on WTO Negotiations on Environmental Goods and Services and the Potential Impacts for Barbados’. More recently, she has worked for the University of the West Indies as a Research Assistant for the Barbados Green Economy Scoping Study; and prepared a Draft Gap Analysis of Barbados for The Economics of Ecosystems and Biodiversity (TEEB) study hosted by the United Nations Environment Programme. She has also worked on the United Nations Environment Programme - Latin American and Caribbean Initiative for Sustainable Development (ILAC Indicators Project); the Compete Caribbean Private Sector Development Strategies for the Eastern Caribbean States (RG-T1767); the Barbados National Report for the UN HABITAT III Project, the World Bank Group Strengthening Labour Market Monitoring and Performance in the Caribbean project (P144470), the DFID Caribbean’s Essential Data on the Development Status of the Caribbean project, the IDB’s Climate Change and Disaster Risk Reduction Module for the Public Expenditure Review in Barbados and the 2019 edition of the Commonwealth Secretariat's Economic Report in similar capacities.