This story was originally produced through Television Jamaica, with the support of Climate Tracker’s COP27 Climate Justice Journalism Fellowship. Kelesha Williams is one of 22 reporters (in-person and online) from across the Global South working alongside Climate Tracker to bring key climate ...

As negotiations wrap up this week at the 27th United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP27) in Egypt and island nations wait for a decision on climate loss and damage finance, officials from ongoing international climate initiatives funded by Global North ...

If the Caribbean is on the frontlines of this climate change crisis, it is now sending its soldiers to lead the battle at the geopolitical level. ...

"Have we moved on the Glasgow Climate Pact issues relating to loss and damage? The answer is no." ...

Industry experts dissected where T&T was in terms of its own energy transition quest to move away from fossil fuels. ...

She called on the international community to act pointing out T&T has seen unprecedented rainfall this year which has led to people losing their homes and to irreparable damage. ...

This story was originally produced through Television Jamaica, with the support of Climate Tracker’s COP27 Climate Justice Journalism Fellowship. Kelesha Williams is one of 22 reporters (in-person and online) from across the Global South working alongside Climate Tracker to bring key climate ...

Loss and damage funding has emerged as the core issue in Sharm el-Sheikh and as it is moved on to the political level in the coming days. ...

President Ali said, “Guyana’s forests are part of its natural patrimony and our forests constitute a part of Guyana’s rich natural capital.  ...

The Greek government has launched greening project on several Greek islands with the aim of converting them into green economies. Can Caribbean countries follow this model? ...