Science

Film and Television, Festivals and Events, Science, Cuba, Barbados

Word of mouth (Jul/Aug 2024)

Donna Yawching shares why you must visit the unforgettable Children’s Gallery in the Barbados Museum, then takes us inside Cuba’s Gibara International Film Festival

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Homepage Slider, Community, People, Science, St. Kitts and Nevis

Lemme Pemberton: An army of one | Inspire

There are heroic turtle conservation efforts across the Caribbean, often started and sustained by indomitable individuals who embody the idea of being the change they want to see. And in Nevis, writes Caroline Taylor, that quiet hero is Lemuel “Lemme” Pemberton

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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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Homepage Slider, Environment, Travel, Antigua and Barbuda, Belize, Grenada, Guyana, St. Lucia, Trinidad and Tobago

As nature intended | Escape

Across the Caribbean, there are awe-inspiring reserves that allow natural ecosystems to thrive. Whether hiking, diving, wildlife watching, or just sitting quietly allowing nature to bring you back in to balance, here are five escapes for your bucket list

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Environment

For seven generations to come | Green

The Caribbean has a plastic pollution problem. But, reports Karen McDonald Gayle, community groups have been leading the way to ensure we can continue to enjoy our beautiful bodies of water

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Environment, People, Antigua and Barbuda

Michai Robertson: “It really did feel like a dream team” | Own words

Antiguan lawyer Michai Robertson on his journey to the world’s most important climate negotiating tables; the landmark UN Loss & Damage Fund; and the Caribbean women who made it possible — as told to Caroline Taylor

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