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Caribbean Youth Ready to Lead on Climate Issues

MEMBERS OF THE CARIBBEAN YOUTH ENVIRONMENT NETWORK (CEYN) CLEAN DEBRIS FROM A RIVER IN TRINIDAD. CREDIT: DESMOND BROWN/IPS   At 24 years old, Stefan Knights has never been on the side of those who are sceptical about the reality and severity of climate change. A Guyana native who moved to Trinidad in September 2013 to […]

Major Caribbean Energy Project Closer to Launching Construction

  Above: a rendering of the project By the Caribbean Journal staff A massive hydropower energy project is closer to becoming a reality, President Donald Ramotar said. The Amaila Falls Hydro Power project is set to “achieve financial close and commence construction” with months, Ramotar said this week. “The time for realizing this dream is […]

“A Partnership Success Story” – 5Cs hosts side event at COP 20 (video)

The Small Island Developing States of the Caribbean are minute contributors to global greenhouse gas emissions, but are among the most vulnerable countries in the world to Climate Change. We are already experiencing its impacts. More frequent extreme weather events, such as the 2013 rain event in the Eastern Caribbean; the extreme droughts being experienced […]

Minister Pickersgill Hails Caribbean Meteorological Organization

By Chris Patterson  Photo by: JIS PhotographerMinister of Water, Land, Environment and Climate Change, Hon. Robert Pickersgill (left), greets Director of the Sustainable Development Unit, Caribbean Community Secretariat, Garfield Barnwell, just before the start of the 54th Minister’s meeting of the Caribbean Meteorological Council, this morning (November 24), at the Jamaica Pegasus Hotel, New Kingston. Others […]

Grenada to host renewable energy workshop

ST GEORGE’S, Grenada — A renewable energy workshop sponsored by the Caribbean Policy Research Institute (CaPRI) will be held in Grenada on Tuesday, December 2, 2014. Representatives from both public and private sectors have been invited to participate and contribute valuable insights on issues surrounding renewable energy deployment in Grenada. The workshop is an outcome […]

Guyana government issues disease warning following torrential rains and flooding

CMC – The Guyana government Friday warned nationals to be wary of various diseases as a result of the floods caused by increased rainfall over the past 48 hours. Several areas, particularly the capital and areas along the coastal belt, have been under water as a result of the record rainfall. The Guyana Information Agency (GINA) […]

CARICOM to study sustainable development during Energy Week

The Caribbean Community, or CARICOM, on Monday begins celebrating “Energy Week,” an annual event in which the 15 member states will study measures to strengthen the regional economy through sustainable development. The planned events, which end on Nov. 22, are expected to “increase awareness” of climate and economic resilience in the region, CARICOM said in […]

Latin America And Caribbean Attract Increasing Share Of Global Clean Energy Investment

Inter-American Development Bank   Funding diversifies across the region as emerging LAC countries promote deployment and strengthen policy support. WASHINGTON, DC, U.S.A. (IDB) —  The 26 countries of Latin America and the Caribbean are accounting for a rising share of global clean energy investment as governments in the region strengthen policy support and local supply […]

IDB And European Union Commit Funds For Programs To Improve Electricity, Water, Sanitation Services In Guyana

Inter-American Development Bank WASHINGTON, DC, U.S.A. (IDB) — The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) and the European Union (EU) are committed to supporting the efforts of the Government of Guyana to improve the quality and delivery of reliable water supply and also to strengthen the reliability and efficiency of electricity service delivery. In this regard, both […]

5 Things to Know About Climate Change in the Caribbean!

Natural events and human activities contribute to an increase in average temperatures around the world. Increases in greenhouse gases such as Carbon Dioxide (CO2) is the main cause. Our planet and our region are warming. This leads to a change in climate. The Caribbean is a minute contributor to global greenhouse gas emissions, but will […]