You may hear a loud and consistent cry from frustrated residents if you were ever to travel across the length and breadth of Jamaica. That cry, a much warranted one, is for the regular collection of garbage. ...

Heavy dependence on its oil and gas sector predisposes the nation to a number of economic ills. ...

These are the projects and stories on environmental justice, energy transition, conferences and historical processes that made this year a very special one. Journalism plays a fundamental role for knowledge dissemination, democracy and climate action, especially in developing countries that ...

The price of Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) has not yet increased since its introduction into the country in 2014, where one litre costs $1.00 TTD or USD $0.15. ...

Puerto Ricans will likely spend this Christmas without their time-honored tradition of eating plantains with dinner, after Hurricane Fiona destroyed 80 percent of the island’s plantain and banana crops in September. ...

With the trauma of Hurricane Dorian still lingering, Abaco and Grand Bahama residents braced for Hurricane Nicole as they experienced another unfair blow of climate injustice. ...

A look at the effects of climate change on indigenous communities in Suriname, where lack of outside communication is affecting awareness and capacity to address climate impacts. ...

Globally, persons with disabilities are placed in the unenviable position of needing social protection to recover from the impact of the major socio-economic shocks caused by these natural disasters. ...

Sustainable finance, inclusive of climate finance, has become a driving force for inspiring action and proposed change. ...

The perils of climate change, affecting the artisanal fishers of Jamaica and how regenerative alternatives can help to keep the profession alive. ...