NEW YOUR, NEW YORK, June 4, 2021 - The United Nations Resident Coordinator for Barbados and the Eastern Caribbean Didier Trebucq made a call to join efforts for the recovery of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines since a UN funding appeal has just only reached 31 percent of its goal.
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BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, June 13, 2021 - Waste brokering is an essential part of solid waste management, particularly for a small country like Barbados.
Recognition of World Oceans Day coming on the heels of World Biodiversity and Environment days is an exclamation point for small island and low-lying coastal developing States. Our dependence on the natural environment for life and livelihoods is actualised in our coastal communities, industries and productive sectors.
KINGSTON, Jamaica: People's National Party’s (PNP) Shadow Minister of Land, Environment and Climate Change, Senator Sophia Frazer Binns, wants the Government to amend the Natural Resources Conservation Authority (NRCA) Act to make it more effective.
KINGSTON, Jamaica, May 28, 2021 - : The People’s National Party says the Government’s rescindment of a mining permit in the Dry Harbour Mountains of St Ann, is a win for the environment.
GEORGETOWN, Guyana, May 15, 2021 - Demerara Waves- The World Wildlife Fund, a global environmental conservation watchdog, is calling for a “full environmental and social assessment” of Guyana’s oil and gas sector, in the wake of recent controversies surrounding the clearing of mangroves along the west bank of the Demerara River.
The first lunar eclipse of 2021 Took place during the early hours of May 26. But this is going to be an especially super lunar event, as it will be a supermoon, a lunar eclipse and a red blood moon all at once. So what does this all mean?
El Niño Southern Oscillation or ENSO, an anomalous warming of the surface waters in the tropical Pacific Ocean, is famous for producing months-long unusual weather patterns across the globe.
The Chagos Archipelago is one of the most remote, seemingly idyllic places on Earth. Coconut-covered sandy beaches with incredible bird life rim tropical islands in the Indian Ocean, hundreds of miles from any continent. Just below the waves, coral reefs stretch for miles along an underwater mountain chain. It’s a paradise. At least it was before the heat wave.
One of the most expensive Wall Street shareholder battles on record could signal a big shift in how hedge funds and other investors view sustainability.