Hits: 517 Created on 27 February 2016 Written by Chelsea Harvey Category: SCIENCE
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UNPRECEDENTED SCIENTIFIC REPORT SAYS BEES AND OTHER POLLINATORS ARE IN DIRE NEED OF HELP
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Hits: 558 Created on 15 February 2016 Written by WHAT'S UP CARIBBEAN Category: SCIENCE
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COULD BE AN ISSUE HERE, AS WELL

Port-of-Spain -- The drought conditions being experienced in Trinidad and Tobago will continue until June when the rainy season is expected to start, and the Acting Climatologist at the Met Office, Kenneth Kerr, has warned the country to prepare for an abnormally harsh dry season.

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Hits: 1085 Created on 09 September 2015 Written by GIS Category: SCIENCE
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CARICOM SCIENCE DELEGATION BOUND FOR CUBA

ST. GEORGE -- The CARICOM Science, Technology and Innovation Committee (CSTIC), a team for which Prime Minister Keith Mitchell has responsibility under CARICOM, will visit Cuba from September 14-17, 2015 to explore collaboration and cooperation in the field of Science and Technology (S&T).

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Hits: 1447 Created on 14 August 2015 Written by George Category: SCIENCE
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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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