Regional Two Caribbean youth delegates to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) Conference of Parties are advocating for increased youth involvement in climate change planning.
Regional As one of three Saint Lucians to be recognized as valedictorians of the University of the West Indies, Rhyesa Joseph has made the country proud.
Regional In light of the devastation caused by the recent hurricanes, and the anticipation of more frequent events of a similar nature, the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) held an official COP23 Side Event...
Regional AXS TV brings some of the world’s most breathtaking locations home, as the all-new luxury travel series Travel Time with Linda joins the network’s daytime programming lineup, airing every Saturday, starting January 6, 2018.
Regional In front of an enthusiastic crowd of business leaders, politicians and Digicel staff, Prime Minster Allen Chastanet declared Digicel’s new Saint Lucia hub offices “open for business” this week.
Regional We see many nations the world over in a time of huge political turbulence. Last year saw the shock decision of the UK’s Brexit vote‚ and in the US the election of Donald Trump to the White House.
Regional The waters around the Caribbean are some of the most heavily populated in the world, home to a diverse array of marine species and providing a livelihood for many of the region’s 40 million inhabitants.
Regional During this year COP23 climate conference, the Caribbean Youth Environment Network (CYEN) and Solar Head of State (SHOS) launched a partnership to promote education on renewable energy across the Caribbean region.
Regional Canada has confirmed its participation in the upcoming CARICOM-UN Pledging Conference for the CARICOM countries devastated by the two recent Category Five Hurricanes, Irma and Maria.
Regional When Hurricane Irma tore through the Eastern Caribbean, laying waste to the island of Barbuda and advancing west towards Florida via the British Virgin Islands and Cuba, insurers were not the only financial institutions braced for heavy losses.