Videos

‘Two likkle lizard’ CORRECTION

In the story headlined ‘Two Likkle Lizard’ in Wednesday’s edition, we incorrectly said the video released by the Jamaica Environment Trust was 30 minutes long. It is in fact, a 30-second production. We apologise for the error. Source: http://www.jamaicaobserver.com/

‘Two likkle lizard’

JET jingle plays on transport minister’s comments  THE Jamaica Environment Trust (JET) this week released a 30-second animated video as part of its fight to save Goat Islands from potential large-scale port development. Titled Don’t Mess With Goat Islands, the video is the result of a competition the NGO had in October for people to […]

A SONG OF OUR WARMING PLANET

June 28, 2013 — When faced with the challenge of sharing the latest climate change discoveries, scientists often rely on data graphics and technical illustrations. University of Minnesota undergrad Daniel Crawford came up with a completely different approach. He’s using his cello to communicate the latest climate science through music. Thermometer measurements show the average global temperature has […]

CIF Releases Video on Climate Change in Dominica

The Climate Investment Fund (CIF) has released a video on the impacts of climate change in Dominica, which shows the impacts of extreme weather events and highlights the urgent need to invest in fostering climate resilience. The film addresses issues such as rising sea levels, the escalation of tropical storms and hurricanes, and water scarcity, noting […]

Climate change efforts by Guyana and Belize highlighted in film series

GEORGETOWN, Guyana (GINA) — The efforts of Guyana and Belize in restoring and sustaining their mangrove reserves along the coast, to aid in protecting against natural disasters were recognised in ‘Living Shorelines’, one of three films launched by the British High Commission and CARIBSAVE as part of global efforts to raise public awareness on the […]

Climate change and public health in the U.S. Virgin Islands

Climate and Health: New Challenges for the Virgin Islands is a one-hour special, presented in nine parts, featuring Virgin Islands science and health experts who discuss linkages between climate and health. Climate and Health program hosts Dr. LaVerne Ragster, Winthrop Maduro, and Pamela R. Samuel speak with Nicholas Drayton, Program Coordinator of VI EPSCoR; Aaron […]