Fisheries

Climate-Smart Practices for the Fisheries Sector

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“If we as individuals are demanded to insure our businesses, then why aren’t the governments of the region faced with such demand to insure their business sectors?” – Susan Renton-...
Data

Spotlight on Caribbean Climate Tools and Data

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The Caribbean region has produced valuable climate information in the field of climate science, particularly with respect to climate vulnerability and impacts. The Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre (CCCCC) International...
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1.5 Degree Goal Critical to Saving Lives and the Economy

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The conference room of the Trinidad Hilton was most attentive as the master of ceremonies painted a clear picture of the reality of climate change in the Caribbean. A reality fraught with death...
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World Climate Simulation Program

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The World Climate Simulation Program (a model UNFCCC/COP), which has been regularly organized in various parts of the world, was conducted by the Change for Climate Project (C4C) under the...
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Um mundo mais instável e faminto

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Eventos climáticos extremos, como secas e tempestades, estão se tornando mais frequentes nos últimos anos, e seus efeitos sobre a segurança alimentar e a saúde básica no mundo já estão...
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Meet the Climate Tracker COP 23 Fellows to Germany

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2017 was a phenomenal year for Climate Tracker’s COP campaign! We received over 700 amazing articles from countries around the world and had the difficult job of selecting the final team....
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Who Suffers The Most When A City Gets Flooded?

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On August 29, the monsoon fury unleashed on Mumbai and brought the city to a grinding halt. Two toddlers were among 14 people killed in the floods. It received nearly a month’s average...
Climathon

Join the Climathon, Share your #Heart4Climate

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September 2017, featuring Category 5 Hurricanes Irma and Maria and Category 4 Hurricane José, has been the most active month of any Atlantic hurricane season on record. The Caribbean is...
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Youth Lead Climate Action, and this great initiative proves it!

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By: Mostafa Darwish and Arthur Wyns Climate Action is necessary on all levels, from changing personal behaviour to promoting sustainable businesses & entrepreneurship. Climate-KIC – or the Knowledge and Innovation Community...
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A New Generation of Climate-Entrepreneurs

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Climate-entrepreneurship entails coming up with innovations that tackle climate change but are economically viable at the same time. This is the approach that a group of young students around Europe...
Poverty

Addressing Poverty and Climate Change

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The Earth is experiencing the warmest surface temperatures since modern climate measurements were implemented in 1880. This extreme global warming is the result of excessive concentrations of greenhouse gases in...
Data

Linking Data to Climate Policy in the Caribbean

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Caribbean researchers, scientists, policymakers, and key regional stakeholders are participating this week, from October 9 to 12, 2017 at the International Climate Change Conference in Port of Spain, Trinidad and...
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عصار هارفي و ورطة ترامب

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احتلت التغطية الإعلاميةتسبب المصاحبة لأعاصير هارفيس و إرما  حيزاً كبيراً مما تقدمه قنوات الأخبار خلال الأيام القليلة الماضية نظراً لحجم الدمار الكبير الذي فيه  لدول البحر الكاريبي  و  لولايات الجنوب...
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The Importance of Decentralized Solar Energy

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The implementation of solar cookers across Moroccan communities is proving to be a great example of how decentralization of renewable energy is contributing to the energy independence of a country....
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Successful Protests Against India’s Coal Industry

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Raigarh: It had been 16 days since activist Kanhai Patel had last seen a morsel of food. Hundreds of Adivasi villagers in Kosampali, Chhattisgarh sat in rapt attention in their protest...
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Проблемы климатического финансирования и пути их разрешения

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Вступив в 21 век, мы ждём кардинального обновления и изменения социальных институтов, экономических моделей, преобразования в культурной сфере. Тоже касается и отношения государств и обществ к проблеме изменения климата. Однако...
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What is India doing about communities displaced in mining areas?

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It is a good time to take stock of life in India’s coal mining heartlands. Earlier this month, India was quick to reiterate its commitment to the Paris climate accord after the...
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India’s clean energy fund hijacked by Ganga and GST

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To say India has an unhealthy appetite for coal would be an understatement. Last year, coal production in India peaked at over 600 million tonnes and imports brought in an...
Renewables

Can Renewables Stop Heatwaves In The Middle East?

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Temperatures in Arab countries are establishing new records each summer. The heat waves that are occurring in Kuwait, Iraq and Morocco have highlighted the consequences of climate change in the MENA region....