ENVIRONMENT

Amidst growing concerns about sand mining in the areas of Grand Roy and The Lance in St. John, Hope and Telescope in St. Andrew and Dumfries and Mt. Pleasant in Carriacou, the Royal Grenada Police Force (RGPF) is reminding the general public that sand minding is illegal. Persons who are engaged in this practice are […]

Small Island States face the alarming prospect that their sovereign credit ratings might be downgraded over time due to climate risks and impacts. This could land them in a type of “financial trap,” leading to challenges in managing national finances, dependence on foreign aid and increasing vulnerabilities to climate change. Climate change impacts impose substantialeconomic costs on […]

May 15th 2018, is being recognised across the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States OECS as Climate Change Day. This designation is as a result of the OECS and the UNFCCC entering into a partnership which focuses on communication and awareness surrounding climate change and the Conference of Parties (COP) meetings. This year’s focus on raising […]

The Ministry of Climate Resilience working with the Ministry of Health will embark on a clean-up to rid the beaches of sargassum in Grenada and Carriacou. Beaches such as Telescope, Soubise, Marquis and Hope in St. Andrews, La Sagesse in St. David, Windward and Mt. Pleasant in Carriacou are being severely impacted by the sargassum […]

Rainbow Inn, your up-country, eco-tourism getaway, in collaboration St. Andrew’s Development Organisation (SADO) and other stakeholders will be hosting an Earth Day Celebration on April 28, 2018 at Rainbow Inn, Grand Bras St Andrew. The day’s event will commence at 7:00 a m with a “Bring your Pet to a Vet”.  Vetenarian Dr. Kimond Cummings […]

Commonwealth leaders today agreed on a bold, co-ordinated push to protect the ocean from the effects of climate change, pollution and over-fishing. Their landmark decision to adopt a Commonwealth Blue Charter will affect one third of the world’s national coastal waters, helping to sustain livelihoods and ecosystems globally. It follows overwhelming support by member countries […]

Deputy British High Commissioner, Mr Craig Fulton hosted a Commonwealth Big Lunch for persons involved in environmental conservation in Grenada on Wednesday 4 April 2018. This is one of many Commonwealth Big Lunches happening across the 53 Commonwealth nations from 12 March – Commonwealth Day – until Sunday 22 April to celebrate the Commonwealth, community […]

The UK continues to provide unwavering support for Caribbean islands recovering from Hurricanes Irma and Maria, by taking forward reconstruction work and helping to bolster resilience across the region. The latest initiative took the form of an After Action Review workshop, which was hosted by the Caribbean Disaster Emergency Management Agency (CDEMA) and funded by […]

Since the seismicity which triggered the routine updates on March 9th 2018 and the significant intensification on 12th March, at Kick ‘Em Jenny has steadily declined and, as a consequence, UWI’s SRC has lowered the alert level to YELLOW from ORANGE. Marine operators and the general public are, however, being asked to continue being vigilant […]

Earth Hour at True Blue Bay Boutique Resort on March 24th from 8:30pm to 9:30 pm On Saturday 24th March 2018, True Blue Bay Boutique Resort and Dodgy Dock Restaurant and Lounge Bar will take part in a Global celebration of the efforts to conserve our planet by hosting Earth Hour. From 8:30 pm the […]


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