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IS THE DEBATE ON CLIMATE CHANGE LOSING ITS STEAM?

St. George -- Because small island developing states, such as Grenada are so vulnerable to sea level rise and other climate shocks, it is important to them that a legally binding agreement be arrived at to cut carbon dioxide emissions by 80 per cent by 2050 and keep global temperature rise this century to 1.5C.

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Hits: 452 Created on 13 August 2015 Written by Kenton Chance Category: SCIENCE
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CARIBBEAN ARTISTS RAISE THEIR VOICES FOR CLIMATE JUSTICE

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RESULTS OF GEOTHERMAL STUDY TO BE PRESENTED

ST. GEORGE -- On Thursday, The Ministry of Finance and Energy will present the findings from the Geology, Geophysics and Geochemistry surveys (3Gs surveys) which were undertaken with the assistance of the Government of New Zealand, earlier this year. The findings will be presented to potential development partners; local stakeholders and the media between 9:30am and 4:00pm at the Ministry's Conference Room.

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SRC AND NaDMA CONTINUE TO MONITOR ACTIVITIES AT KICK 'EM JENNY

St. George -- The Seismic Research Centre (SRC), University of the West Indies continues to monitor activities at the Kick 'em Jenny under water Volcano just off Grenada and to provide updates and reports to the National Disaster Management Agency (NaDMA).

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SARGASSUM IS AN EMERGING ISSUE ON THE COASTS OF THE WIDER CARIBBEAN

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