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This is How the Caribbean Can Build Resilience to Climate Change

 Above: remnants of an old pier and mangrove being inundated by rising sea level at Grenville Bay, Grenada (Photo: Marjo Aho) By Vera AgostiniCJ Contributor A FEW weeks ago, I attended the Global Forum on Community Resilience in Cali, Colombia, hosted …

The Caribbean’s First Water Funds

 Above: the Jimenoa River, Jarabacoa, Yaque del Norte Water Fund (Photo: The Nature Conservancy) By Erick F. CondeCJ Contributor Securing water supplies for communities has become a challenge for water managers across the world. In the Dominican Republic, 20% of …

How the Caribbean Fared at the UN Climate Summit in New York

 By Michael W Beck, PhDCJ Contributor It was a momentous week recently in New York City at the United Nations (UN) Climate Summit. The purpose of the Summit was to build energy, momentum and commitments towards a new global plan …

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 Above: Banjo returns to the ocean (All photos by CJ) By Alexander Britell NEVIS — It’s been more than a decade since Lemuel Pemberton began his efforts to save the nesting sea turtle population on the island of Nevis. Over …

 

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