The February 16-22 issue of “Agriculture in the News”, a compilation of selected news articles on issues affecting agriculture in the Caribbean region by the Caribbean Agricultural Research and Development Institute (CARDI), is now available. This edition of the newsletter features climate change stories on several pages including two pieces about the work of the Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre for the second time this month.
Agriculture in the News features climate change
- Watch the Live Stream of the Climate Change Exchange on July 30!
- Caribbean Coral Reef Leaders Complete Intensive Fellowship at the Great Barrier Reef
- 5Cs Wins Energy Globe Award for Renewable Energy and Potable Water Project in Bequia, St Vincent and the Grenadines
- The Green Climate Fund Accredits the 5Cs!
- WEBINAR: Towards a low emission, resilient urban development: experiences in La Paz, Quito and Lima
- UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon meets with Caribbean agencies focused on Climate Change
- Caribbean “debt service payments should go to a resilience fund,” says top ECLCAC official!
- Regional environment group wants Caribbean to benefit from global funds
- Jet Blue’s Climate Change & Tourism Scholarships
- 5Cs Concludes Annual Board of Governors Meeting: Expanded partnerships with CARPHA, Deeper Private Sector Partnerships, New Member and Heightened Outreach Announced
2015 is shaping up to be a landmark year for global action on Climate Change. The future of the world, in particular the Caribbean, depends…
Coral reefs in the Caribbean are amongst the most at risk globally. The loss of reefs is also a serious economic problem in the region,…
5Cs Wins Energy Globe Award for Renewable Energy and Potable Water Project in Bequia, St Vincent and the Grenadines
The Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre (CCCCC) received the 2015 Energy Globe Award for its renewable energy and potable water work in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines.…
5Cs Accredited As Regional Implementing Entity by the Green Climate Fund: Other accredited institutions include Conservation International, the World Bank and IDB Songdo, Republic of Korea|…