Massive rafts of floating sargassum are killing wildlife and preventing fishers from launching their boats.

The New National Party (NNP) on Sunday (June 3rd) held a successful clean up campaign in the St. George and St. Andrew areas. A team of supporters from the five St. George based constituency branches cleaned the Rocks along the western seaboard from the cruise ship terminal to the St. George Bus Terminal. Fifty six […]

BUSINESS BREAKFAST WITH HON. OLIVER JOSEPH, MINISTER FOR TRADE, INDUSTRY, CO-OPERATIVES & CARICOM AFFAIRS Wednesday, 6 June 2018 Radisson Beach Resort; Oasis Room This breakfast under the hospices of the Minister with high-level representatives from Grenada’s private sector marks an important moment for Grenada’s sustainable development. Grenada has established their climate change priorities through their […]

A healthy planet is essential for a prosperous and peaceful future. We all have a role to play in protecting our only home. But it can be difficult to know what to do or where to start. That’s why this World Environment Day has just one request. Beat plastic pollution. Our world is swamped by […]

[] EIB delegation visits Grenada to explore financing opportunities for new projects [] Delegation to meet high-level regional representatives at the Caribbean Development Bank’s annual meeting A European Investment Bank (EIB) delegation is visiting Grenada to explore opportunities for financing new projects in the country and to meet high-level representatives from across the region, during […]

To be carried ‘live’ on CHIME ONLINE 10:00 AM TO 11:30 AM June 1, 2018 The 2017 Atlantic Hurricane Season recorded the highest in terms of the number of major hurricanes since record keeping began in 1851. Hurricanes Irma and Maria, the two category five storms to batter the Caribbean in just a week, in […]

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 […]

CHIME FM 100.9

Current track