Author: Erline Andrews

Environment, Science

About that Sahara dust… | Discover

Are we getting more of it than we had been in decades past? Will we get more of it with climate change? What are the impacts on the environment, humans, and wildlife? And how has Barbados become a hub for this kind of atmospheric research? Erline Andrews investigates

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Homepage Slider, Environment

Saving Caribbean mangroves | Green

Tree-planting, reforestation, and ensuring the integrity of our waterways are all critical to preserving mangroves — the remarkable forests with the power to protect us from the worst effects of climate change. Erline Andrews learns more

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Environment, Jamaica

Saving the Caribbean’s butterflies | Discover

Erline Andrews reports on the invaluable work being done in Jamaica to document and protect these beautiful, critically important pollinators

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Homepage Slider, Environment, The Bahamas

An ocean of possibility | Discover

Tiger sharks in The Bahamas helped scientists uncover the largest known expanse of seagrass in the world. Vast and valuable, they’ve become a secret weapon against climate change. Erline Andrews reports on the opportunities — and challenges

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Environment, People

Keeping history above water | Discover

Erline Andrews reports on the work to protect the Caribbean’s distinct built heritage from the escalating impacts of climate change

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Environment, Festivals and Events, Trinidad and Tobago

Towards more sustainable festivals | Green

With their ephemeral nature and reliance on a great number of “single use” materials, Erline Andrews looks at how Caribbean diaspora festivals can become more environmentally sustainable — and at some of the organisations leading the way

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Environment, Science

Caribbean nations sound the alarm on climate change | Green

Erline Andrews explains why Caribbean leaders are taking a much tougher stance at COP27 and beyond

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Immerse, Literature, People, Science, United States

Chanda Prescod-Weinstein: Griot of the universe | Snapshot

With a trailblazing Barbadian mother and CLR James for a step-grandfather, award-winning author and scientist Chanda Prescod-Weinstein shares with Erline Andrews how her Caribbean roots have shaped her success

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