A New Coral Farm Is Coming to The Bahamas
By the Caribbean Journal staff As coral reefs continue to dwindle around the region, more and more initiatives are looking to plant new coral and save dying reefs. But in order to plant the coral, it has to grow somewhere. […]
OECS Looking to Create Regional Climate Change Institution
Above: St Vincent (CJ Photo) By the Caribbean Journal staff Climate change will disproportionately impact small island states like those in the Caribbean, and the Organization of Eastern Caribbean States is looking to explore its options for coping with the […]
"For Us In the Caribbean, Climate Change Is An Existential Issue"
By the Caribbean Journal staff Climate change poses a “clear, present and potent threat to our survival,” St Lucia’s Minister for Public Service, Sustainable Development, Energy, Science and Technology, Dr James Fletcher. The Minister, who was speaking to the opening […]
Op-Ed: Climate Change and Fighting Poverty in the Caribbean
By George Nicholson and Orissa Thomas Op-Ed Contributors TODAY, most people consider climate change to be a reality and not a myth. A result of this phenomenon, natural hazards have been identified as having crippling effects on many countries, particularly those […]