Launch of State of the Caribbean Climate Report
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Launch of State of the Caribbean Climate Report

The UWI in partnership with the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) and EU funding partners will host the virtual launch of the State of the Caribbean Climate Report – Information for Resilience Building on November 23. Members of […]

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Air Pollution Killed 6.7 Million People in 2019

India is also at the top of the ten countries more affected by this pollution, followed by Nepal, Niger, Qatar, and Nigeria, among others. The report explains that the highest annual average exposures were seen in […]

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CLIMATE CHANGE: AN EXISTENTIAL THREAT TO FISHERIES

Kingston, Jamaica –  Climate change being one of, if not the biggest threat to fisheries in the Caribbean is a key takeaway from the webinar “Building Caribbean Marine Resilience” that was hosted by the Caribbean […]

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St. Kitts and Nevis’ fight to keep its soil

When you are a small island nation, every inch of space counts. But from rising sea levels to natural disasters and coastal erosion, in the age of climate change many islands are shrinking before their […]

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Climate Change Is Real For Us: Solomon Islands

By Jeremy Gwao – In villages throughout the Solomon Islands, particularly coastal communities, one does not need science to prove the impact of climate change. Sea level rise is the most notable impact of climate […]

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If We Run Out of Names for Storms!

The collapse of Canada’s largest ice sheet, the 4,000 year old Milne ice shelf, should be setting off alarm bells everywhere. Our world is fast losing the air conditioner that stabilizes the whole global climate system: Arctic ice.  As 43% of the ice sheet broke into pieces at the […]