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Japan and UNDP Kick Start US$15 Million Caribbean Climate Change Project

January 29, 2016         BRIDGETOWN, Barbados,– The Government of Japan and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) has launched the US$15 million Japan-Caribbean Climate Change Partnership (J-CCCP), in line with the Paris Agreement on Climate Change, to keep global warming below 2 degrees Celsius and to drive efforts to limit the temperature […]

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Cash for the Climate Please, Caribbean Leaders Lament

Georgetown, Guyana, (IPS) – Funding to address the financial flows needed for adaptation and mitigation of climate change remains an issue of concern for the Caribbean. The region’s leaders say developed countries should continue to take the lead in mobilizing climate finance from a wide variety of sources to prevent disaster to these vulnerable island […]

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Addressing Climate Change On Several Fronts In The Caribbean

January 5, 2016         GEORGETOWN, Guyana, IPS – Climate change is already affecting the Caribbean. But there is concern that a gap still exists between what the region’s leaders are saying about the issue and what residents believe. This, along with the issue of funding to address the financial flows needed for […]

Caribbean Environmental Wins

There is still hope for us. Let’s have a look at positive environmental developments from the Caribbean.  Antigua & Barbuda:  A plastic bag importation ban went in to effect on January 1, 2016. Plastic bags will not disappear from Antigua immediately. Shopkeepers are given until mid 2016 to adapt to doing business with alternatives, like […]

Addressing Climate Change On Several Fronts In The Caribbean

January 4, 2016       GEORGETOWN, Guyana, (IPS) – Climate change is already affecting the Caribbean. But there is concern that a gap still exists between what the region’s leaders are saying about the issue and what residents believe. This, along with the issue of funding to address the financial flows needed for adaptation […]

Stakes High for Caribbean at Climate Change Conference

November 30, 2015         GEORGETOWN, Guyana  – As the highly anticipated climate change conference begins today in Paris, the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) lead head on climate change and sustainable development is issuing a grave warning. St. Lucia’s Prime Minister Dr. Kenny Anthony says that “unless we can get the countries that are […]

Guyana Journalist Among Five UNDP Contest Winners for COP 21 in Paris

October 29, 2015         GENEVA – Five young journalists have been selected to join the upcoming climate change conference(COP21) in Paris in December. The journalists, winners of a ‘Voices2Paris’ storytelling contest run by UNDP and Oxfam, will help cover the conference and the critical issue of tackling climate change. The contest winners […]

Belgian Ambassador To Caricom Says ‘No Plan B For Climate Change’

October 8, 2015         GEORGETOWN, Guyana – Climate change and sustainable development “are vital issues for the planet” according to Belgian Ambassador Guy Sevrin. “There is no plan B for climate change,” the ambassador said in his remarks as he presented his credentials as his country’s ambassador to the Caribbean Community (Caricom) […]

No Plan B for Climate Change

October 7, 2015       GEORGETOWN, Guyana – Climate change and sustainable development “are vital issues for the planet” according to Belgian Ambassador Guy Sevrin. “There is no plan B for climate change,” the Ambassador said in his remarks as he presented his credentials as his country’s Ambassador to the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) on […]

Caribbean Artists Raise Their Voices to Educate Citizens about Climate Change

August 10, 2015     CASTRIES, St. Lucia, Monday August 10, 2015, IPS – Award-winning St. Lucian poet and playwright Kendel Hippolyte thinks that Caribbean nationals should view the Earth as their mother. “For me, the whole thing is so basic: the earth that we are living on and in is our mother and there […]