Biodiversity News

Anguilla National Trust receives funding for construction of lobster “casitas”

The Anguilla National Trust has received funding from the European Union to help restore the Little Bay Marine Park as a habitat for the Caribbean spiny lobster: The European Union’s Voluntary Scheme for Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services in Territories of European Overseas (BEST) recently confirmed €100,000 in project funding to …

Climate Change News

Striking images illustrate Caribbean impacts of sea level rise

Via Climate Central, a series of science-based illustrations that demonstrate the impact that rising sea levels, resulting from climate change, could have on Caribbean cities: According to Climate Central: The first image in each pair … shows projections of post-2100 sea level rise that could be locked in following 4°C …

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Caribbean spiny lobster. Image credit: Adam
The Anguilla National Trust has received funding from the European Union to help restore the Little Bay Marine Park as a habitat for the Caribbean spiny lobster: The European Union’s Voluntary Scheme for Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services in Territories...

Oceans News

Science without Borders Challenge 2018 – international student art contest

The Khaled bin Sultan Living Oceans Foundation — Science without Borders® Challenge is an international art contest open to students between the ages of 11 and 19. Each year, the contest focuses on the need for protection and restoration of the world’s marine and aquatic ecosystems. This year’s competition celebrates …

Energy News

Saint Lucia, Finland discuss cooperation on clean energy

Finland’s new Ambassador to Saint Lucia has indicated his country’s interest in strengthening cooperation in the area of renewable energy: Saint Lucia first established diplomatic relations with Finland in 2009 leading the way for its sister territories in the OECS, who subsequently embraced Finland at the diplomatic level in 2010. …

Agriculture News

Caribbean Development Bank supports education for agriculture in Belize

The Caribbean Development Bank is planting a seed to shape the future of agriculture in Belize: For over 185 students in Belize’s Corozal District, an opportunity to test their green thumbs is creating a great deal of excitement. A new state-of-the-art greenhouse constructed at the Escuela Secundaria Técnica México (ESTM) …

Fisheries News

Anguilla National Trust receives funding for construction of lobster “casitas”

The Anguilla National Trust has received funding from the European Union to help restore the Little Bay Marine Park as a habitat for the Caribbean spiny lobster: The European Union’s Voluntary Scheme for Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services in Territories of European Overseas (BEST) recently confirmed €100,000 in project funding to …

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