Taiwan partners with St Vincent to tackle climate change

The dangerous impact of climate change on humanity is becoming increasingly apparent and urgent, as evidenced by such phenomena as the wildfires this year in Hawaii, and the record-high temperatures worldwide in July. As a responsible member of the international community, Taiwan has launched a series of actions this year to combat climate change on […]

Swedish Ambassador Bengtcen meets PM Browne, discusses effects of climate change

 In a pivotal diplomatic engagement on Thursday, Ambassador Anders Bengtcen held high-level discussions with Antigua and Barbuda Prime Minister, Gaston Brown and the Minister of the Environment, Sir Molwyn Joseph. The discussions focused on marking an important step in bolstering relations and potentially addressing environmental concerns between the two countries. Building on their discussions, a significant topic […]

Dominican Republic hosts UN meeting on climate change

Starting from this Tuesday, the Dominican Republic will host the 3rd Meeting of the Transition Committee for the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC). This gathering serves as a platform for discussions and assessments aimed at creating a dedicated fund to aid developing countries in dealing with climate change-induced disasters. The concept of […]

Italian Government partners with Antigua’s National Park on Climate Change Adaptation & Heritage Site Preservation

The National Parks Authority greeted a delegation from the Italian Government on a visit to Antigua and Barbuda on the 14th and 15th of May. The delegation included Professor Peirpaolo Campostrini, Managing Director of the Consortium for Coordination of Research Activities Concerning the Venice Lagoon System(CORILA), the organization responsible for protecting the city of Venice, […]

FAO supports expansion of Seamoss sector

On 22 June 2023, a Stakeholder Validation Workshop was convened through the support of the ‘Resilient Aquaculture’ sub-project of the Mexico-CARICOM-FAO Initiative “Cooperation for Climate Change Adaptation and Resilience in the Caribbean”, and a project of FAO’s Technical Cooperation Programme on Promoting Competitive, Sustainable, and Resilient National Value Chain Development in Grenada, in collaboration with […]

Gov’t commits full support to Climate Change Trust Fund Board – Premier

The board has been reinstated to serve as a vehicle to mobilize, manage and strategically disburse large-scale international financing to support the implementation of local projects, programmes, research, and education initiatives and to respond to the issue of climate change. The Premier said when he met with the environment team a few weeks ago, he […]


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