Caribbean Islands Commit to Branson-Led Green Energy Challenge

Above: Necker Island in the British Virgin Islands By the Caribbean Journal staff Seven countries and territories in the Caribbean have signed on to a regional challenge aimed at transitioning the Caribbean to green energy. The agreements were signed at […]

Op-Ed: Green Energy in the Caribbean

By Mark Simmonds, MP Op-Ed Contributor CLIMATE CHANGE is one of the greatest threats to our security and prosperity. So, now is the time for people around the world to work together, to protect our future and that of our […]


Planning "A Green Nevis"

Above: Nevis (CJ Photo) By the Caribbean Journal staff Renewable energy will form the basis of the Nevis Island Administration’s energy strategy, according to Premier Vance Amory. The Premier, who presented his 2014 budget last week, said work was “ongoing” […]

Why the Caribbean Needs to Go Green

Above: a wind farm in Nevis (CJ Photo) By Michael W Edghill CJ Contributor NO, THE FOCUS of the following is not going to be on the impending doom of global climate change and the peril that island nations will […]

Cayman Technology Centre Breaks Ground

Above: Cayman Technology Centre By the Caribbean Journal staff The new Cayman Technology Centre commercial complex has broken ground in Grand Cayman, NCB Group announced. The project is the first commercial building in Cayman to integrate both solar and geothermal […]

Nevis, Clinton Foundation Hold Talks on Green Energy

Above: Charlestown (CJ Photo) By the Caribbean Journal staff A two-member delegation from the Clinton Foundation recently visited Nevis to discuss the island’s move toward renewable energy development. Nevis Premier Vance Amory held talks with Clinton Foundation Global Director Jan […]


Dominican Republic Has Caribbean's Top Climate For Green Investment

Above: the Dominican Republic By the Caribbean Journal staff The Dominican Republic has the best climate for green investment in the Caribbean, according to a new report from the Inter-American Development Bank’s Multilateral Investment Fund and Bloomberg New Energy Finance. […]

OAS Urges Caribbean Nations to Explore Green Energy

Above: a solar panel By the Caribbean Journal staff The Caribbean needs to improve collaboration to promote the use of green technology in the region, according to Organization of American States Assistant Secretary General Albert Ramdin. The OAS ASG, who […]

Taiwan Funding Energy Conservation Project in St Lucia

Above: St Lucia By the Caribbean Journal staff The government of Taiwan is funding a new project to reduce energy consumption in public buildings in St Lucia. The projected, called “Sustainable Energy in Saint Lucia: from Concept to Action Project,” […]


Going Green in the Tropics

Above: Miami By the Caribbean Journal staff What makes going green in tropical climates a different kind of challenge? That will be the subject of a first-of-its-kind conference this month held by the US Green Building Council’s South Florida Chapter. […]

The Caribbean's Greenest Hotels - 2013

GREEN can mean many different things. It can mean energy efficient, or it can mean entirely reliant on green fuels. It can mean environmentally friendly, but it can also mean community-friendly. When it comes to tourism, green means everything from […]

Barbados, Brazil Eye Cooperation on Renewable Energy

Above: Bridgetown (CJ Photo) By the Caribbean Journal staff Barbados and Brazil are exploring increased cooperation on green energy, according to Environment Minister Dr Denis Lowe. The Minister, who recently held talks with Brazil’s Ambassador to Barbados, Appio Claudio Acquarone, […]


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