November 2, 2020

Climate change, economic recovery focus of CARICOM Heads meeting with UN Secretary-General

Guterres and the participating Heads exchanged views on issues related to the devastating impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the Region’s economy, which has exacerbated existing [...]
October 28, 2020

Rare blue moon to grace the night skies across the world on Halloween (Oct 31st)

Known as a “blue moon” because it is the second full moon in the same month, it will be visible to the entire world for the [...]
October 27, 2020

Caribbean Climate Outlook Forum says several countries in danger of high flooding and landslides

The Barbados-based organization issued its latest newsletter this week,  which said that the ongoing La Niña weather phenomenon is the major force that could drive the [...]
October 22, 2020

Southern Environmental Association confiscates three illegal gillnets

The gillnets were set 35 yards, 50 yards and 150 yards from the shore, respectively.
October 15, 2020
hol chan marine reserve

Hol Chan Marine Reserve says stop order issued for construction of seawall

There, personnel confirmed that a seawall was being built on the west side of the island, and persons were engaged in filling in the area behind [...]
October 13, 2020

United Nations: Climate Change nearly doubled major natural disasters since 2000

In its recently-released report " The Human Cost of Disasters 2000-2019" the UNDRR notes that there have been 7, 348 major disaster events between 2000 and [...]
September 27, 2020

Authorities crack down on illegal logging near Shipyard

The officers loaded the logs and took it to the Guinea Grass Police Station.
September 14, 2020

Belize represented at regional climate change conference

The Virtual Island Summit’s panel discussion on "Climate Change, COVID-19 and the Caribbean – Civil Societies Role in Small Island Developing States (SIDS)" was held on [...]