Roberts Caribbean Consulting Division is established to provide outstanding environmental and development consulting services to the Caribbean Community and the rest of the global society. Led by renowned Environmental and Development Specialist Dianne Roberts, the company brings a wealth and diversity of experience and networks to the Caribbean in environmental and disaster risk management, policy development and analysis, strategic and inter-sectoral planning, climate change adaptation, agricultural development, project development and management, public awareness and education, and research.
We define ourselves in delivering consistent, exceptional results in a timely manner that exceeds our client’s expectations. We are committed to ensuring the conveyance of the best possible service using innovative methods to support attainment of our clients’ development and bottom-line objectives. Roberts distinguishes itself by giving its clients the performance edge through provision of a “one-stop” marketplace for complementary services and solutions in real estate and environmental and development consulting, creating synergy and efficiency in service delivery. We are an authentic Caribbean company with an international reach that benefits from an extensive network of environmental and social scientists. Our staff and partnering specialists are dedicated professionals who collectively possess more than 75 years of experience in our core areas of competence.
At Roberts Caribbean, our consulting team gets the job done well the first time, giving you the EDGE to focus on the IMPORTANT THINGS IN YOUR BUSINESS, INSTITUTION OR PERSONAL LIFE. Request a proposal or expression of interest from our team. Contact email@example.com
“Mrs. Roberts displayed vast knowledge of the subject area and showed diligent commitment throughout the process, with a high degree of professionalism. Her organizational skills contributed greatly to the high level of stakeholder discussion which was conducted during the development of the (Agriculture Disaster Risk Management) Plan.”
Dr. Jean David, Ministry of Agriculture, Guyana