The continual impact of climate change in Trinidad and Tobago demands innovative solutions. Is Vetiver a potential solution? ...

With approximately 85% of Guyana’s landmass covered in forests, there is now an approach to monetise the forests. ...

After 2 months of training and 1-1 mentoring, we're excited for our citizen climate journalism fellows from Guyana, Suriname, and Trinidad and Tobago to share their insights with you! ...

In Guyana, mangroves form part of the natural sea defense but are constantly tested throughout the years due to the change in weather and rising sea levels, resulting in erosion of the soil.  ...

In addition to structural and economic challenges, the climate crisis is has caused prolonged health issues in the Caribbean. ...

We are seeking multimedia story proposals from journalists and communicators (including students!) from the Asia Pacific region who want to shine light on the links between plastic pollution and climate change, and the solutions to the two crises.  ...

The adverse effects of climate change have been recorded as having a range of negative human rights impacts on those who are already in vulnerable situations. Factors such as poverty, age, and being part of an indigenous population when coupled ...

In the face of energy insecurity, the climate crisis is deepening Jamaica's dependence on fossil fuels. ...

"When the Jamaican Government ratifies the Escazú Agreement, it will be a key step forward for environmental protection in our country." ...

Guyana, a small developing country, made history by signing a multi-year agreement with Hess Corporation, a global oil, gas, and energy solution company based in the United States. ...