Tag Archives: Change

UWI Climate Change Survey In St Vincent and the Grenadines

The University of the West Indies is preparing to conduct a survey on climate change and livelihoods in St Vincent and the Grenadines. The survey will be conducted by the Sir Arthur Lewis Institute of Social and Economic Studies (SALISES) of the University of the West Indies (UWI) St Augustine, Trinidad and Tobago. It will… Continue Reading →

Fitzgerald Providence Raises Concerns About Climate Change

Acting Director of the Forestry Department in the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry Fisheries and Industry, Fitzgerald Providence said cities contribute a lot more to Climate Change than other areas of any country. He made this statement during the Face to Face program aired on NBC Radio today as St. Vincent and the Grenadines joined countries… Continue Reading →

Bequia Development

Residents in Bequia will see major developments as it relates to water restoration and preservation. Speaking at the opening ceremony of a Caricom Workshop held here on Monday, Permanent Secretary within the Ministry of Health Wellness and the Environment Luis Deshong said while climate change is increasingly becoming a vital national and global issue, the… Continue Reading →

Jomo Thomas Raises Climate Change Awareness

Government Senator, Jomo Thomas, said recent disasters, including the devastating floods of December 24th last year, highlights the need for greater public awareness on issues relating to Climate Change. He made the point while contributing to last week’s debate on the 2014 Supplementary Estimates in the House of Assembly. Senator Thomas said the increase in… Continue Reading →

Camillo On Climate Change

Minister of Foreign Affairs, Camillo Gonsalves has warned that Climate change will continue to have a significant impact on the economy of St. Vincent and the Grenadines in the years ahead. Minister Gonsalves issued the warning as he contributed to debate on Supplementary Estimates for 2014, presented in the House of Assembly yesterday. The Supplementary… Continue Reading →