Caribbean Investment Forum Puts Resilience into Sharp Focus

Building the Project Pipeline for Rapid Climate Action

UN Climate Change News, Sept 29 – Urgent investment into infrastructure more resilient to climate change is needed to allow Caribbean island nations to achieve their clean energy, sustainable development plans, a high-level meeting of representatives from Caribbean governments, development partners and regional organizations in Saint Lucia concluded. In the wake of this year’s shocking damage […]

LUCELEC Breaks Ground for 3MW Solar Farm

Castries, September 29, 2017 – On Friday, September 29, 2017, St. Lucia Electricity Services Ltd. (LUCELEC) held a ground-breaking ceremony for its 3 megawatt (MW) solar farm, to be located north of the Hewanorra International Airport at La Tourney, Vieux Fort. The ceremony marked the official commencement of construction of the solar farm. Acting Prime Minister, Hon. […]

Rigobert: Climate change no hoax

This article originally appeared in the St. Lucia Times on September 11, 2017. Minister for Education, Innovation, Gender Relations and Sustainable Development, Doctor Gale Rigobert, has asserted that the recent adverse weather events underscore the need to quadruple efforts to implement the provisions of the Paris Agreement. “Clearly the events of the last couple weeks […]

Climate Change Education: Sensitization at the School Level

The sensitization of climate change and its adverse impacts are taking place at the school level. Communications Officer for the Disaster Vulnerability Reduction Project at the Department of Sustainable Development, Lucius Doxerie tells MBC News about the campaign to edify young minds on the need to take action to minimize the damage they can cause […]

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