This EU funded project initiates an Alliance with the Private Sector Organization of Jamaica and the Caribbean Association of Industry and Commerce which is based in Trinidad and Tobago.

The objective of the project is to build private sector capacity in environmental and energy management order to promote a successful regional and national collaborative approach to efficient energy consumption reduced environmental impacts

About the PSOJ/CAIC/EU Funded Project

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Negril To Get Climate Risk Atlas By Year End

NEGRIL IS to have at least one benefit from the Jamaica Adaptation Fund (AF) project: a climate risk atlas, scheduled for delivery by yearend and developed to inform planning in the western resort town. Programme manager for the project Shelia McDonald-Miller said work on the atlas the draft of which was presented to Negril and […]

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Federal Court Knocks Down Challenge To EPA’s Social Cost Of Carbon

Editor’s note: I’ve been pushing for people to recognize externalities as subsidies for many years. Here on CleanTechnica. It is one of the most obvious things routinely ignored by polluting billionaires, and that much more of society needs to understand. Please share the article below and the three linked below the picture to help more […]

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Negril To Get Climate Risk Atlas By Year End

NEGRIL IS to have at least one benefit from the Jamaica Adaptation Fund (AF) project: a climate risk atlas, scheduled for delivery by yearend and developed to inform planning in the western resort town. Programme manager for the project Shelia McDonald-Miller said work on the atlas the draft of which was presented to Negril and […]

Federal Court Knocks Down Challenge To EPA’s Social Cost Of Carbon

Editor’s note: I’ve been pushing for people to recognize externalities as subsidies for many years. Here on CleanTechnica. It is one of the most obvious things routinely ignored by polluting billionaires, and that much more of society needs to understand. Please share the article below and the three linked below the picture to help more […]

Can Carbon Trading Break The Caribbean Free Of Fossil Fuels?

To the tourists who support most of their economies, the sunny and wind-swept cluster of 15 island nations that constitute the Caribbean Community — often referred to as CARICOM — might seem like a renewable energy paradise, but the opposite is closer to the truth. This year, island governments and business groups have begun to […]