Hits: 710 Created on 16 February 2015 Written by GIS Category: SCIENCE
Print

GRENADA AND NEW ZEALAND IN PARTNERSHIP

ST. GEORGE -- In September 2014, the Governments of Grenada and New Zealand, signed a Geothermal Support Partnership Framework aimed at facilitating the exploration and eventual use of geothermal energy leading to a reduction in Grenada's carbon footprint and ultimately lower electricity prices.

Read more: EXPLORING GEOTHERMAL POTENTIAL
 
Hits: 1388 Created on 22 January 2015 Written by GIZ Category: SCIENCE
Print

OVERCOMING THE CHALLENGES OF CLIMATE CHANGE IN GRENADA

Mt. Moritz -- Thirty six persons from various backgrounds, occupations and communities across Grenada, will soon be certified in the principles of Permaculture which will benefit both individuals and their communities in rewarding ways.

Read more: PERMACULTURE
 
Hits: 906 Created on 20 January 2015 Written by George Category: SCIENCE
Print

OVERCOMING THE CHALLENGES OF CLIMATE CHANGE IN GRENADA

St. George -- Thirty six persons from various backgrounds, occupations and communities across Grenada, will soon be certified in the principles of Permaculture which will benefit both individuals and their communities in rewarding ways.

Read more: PERMACULTURE:
 
Hits: 645 Created on 20 January 2015 Written by Deanna Isaac Category: SCIENCE
Print

CARRIACOU'S RAINFALL PATTERN TO BE MONITORED

Beausejour -- The island of Carriacou is among four in the region which will benefit from a climate change project.

Read more: FOLLOWING THE 2009 DROUGHT.....
 

Page 1 of 5

<< Start < Prev 1 2 3 4 5 Next > End >>
High Speed 128k
listen listen listen listen listen
Now Playing:

Powered by ViaStreaming.com

You are here:   NewsScience