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
- 5Cs explores partnership with universities
- Monitoring Coral Reefs in the Caribbean: Protecting our Rainforests of the Ocean
- Jamaica Unveils World’s Largest Wind-Solar Hybrid Installation
- History will condemn climate change denialists
- 12 countries ratify access and benefit-sharing treaty
- Caribbean experts call for stronger cooperation on oil spills and nutrient management
- Iwokrama Research and Science Centre Opens RFP
- 5th Petersberg Climate Dialogue
- World Bank awards 11 Caribbean entrepreneurs more than US$400K in climate grants
- We know enough about climate change – it’s time for decisions now!
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