A Statement by Senator Sophia Frazer Binns, Shadow Minister of Land, Environment and Climate Change to Mark the International day of Clean Air 2021 As the nation marks “International Day of Clean Air” 2021 under the theme “Healthy Air, Healthy Planet”, we must reflect on the state of our air. One of our most precious… Continue reading ￼Healthy Air, Healthy Planet
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Geothermal Energy: A Climate Change Solution?
Author: Jerdayne Hayles The worldwide changes in climate and the environment have become a key focal point for society as of recently, with small scale movements initiated to combat these disturbances. Fast-tracked global warming, in particular, makes it increasingly difficult for regions to adapt and mitigate effectively. The burning of fossil fuels largely contributes to… Continue reading Geothermal Energy: A Climate Change Solution?
Treading Lightly : Recognizing The Importance of Our Mangroves Before Its Too Late
Written By : Damario Patterson / Content Writer “Mangroves are magical forests where we discover nature’s secrets. They straddle the connection between land and sea and nature and humans''. This how Anne Birch, Marine Conservation Manager at The Nature Conservancy in Florida describes mangroves and their importance to the survival of animals – both aquatic… Continue reading Treading Lightly : Recognizing The Importance of Our Mangroves Before Its Too Late
The Carbon Neutral Initiative: An Invention By A Young Inventor
The Carbon Neutral Initiative is a Jamaican-born company found in an attempt to battle against Global Environmental and Third World Economic Issues. The main aim of this venture is to develop technologies and create solutions that target critical issues such as Global Greenhouse emissions by the transportation sector as well as Energy security and Soil… Continue reading The Carbon Neutral Initiative: An Invention By A Young Inventor
COVID-19 and Our Oceans: Combatting a Global Health Crisis without Worsening the Global Climate Crisis
Photo by Sarah Brown on Unsplash Written by Trisann Logan Cellphones, keys, wallets before Covid-19. These were all the essentials for many people. Now, thanks to the pandemic, there’s a new essential item: our masks. Mask-wearing has now become a routine for all of us (we hope). In addition, healthcare workers are using masks and… Continue reading COVID-19 and Our Oceans: Combatting a Global Health Crisis without Worsening the Global Climate Crisis