AOSIS calls Ministerial meeting to address it's disappointment in COP25 as the climate negtiations come to a close. Small Island States have major concerns.
It is a fact that the climate change burden is unevenly distributed, and so are the resources to ease the strain of climate change-induced losses and damages. Gender-sensitive climate policies are needed in the Caribbean.
With the Rule Book for the Paris Agreement set, COP25 opens a new phase in climate negotiations for enacting the demands from the street and Science with more ambitious emission reductions. So, where is the urgency?
Food is essential to life and food security is undeniably a necessity for the development of any country. In the Mid-Year budget review, the Finance minister of Trinidad and Tobago reported that retail prices...
The Caribbean region is no stranger to natural disasters. While not always at risk, every Caribbean nation should seize the initiative and be prepared.