March 3, 2021

Caribbean nations declare support for biodiversity mainstreaming efforts

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From Caribbean News Service MONTREAL, Apr 14 2016 – In anticipation of the discussions to take place at the 13th meeting of the Conference of Parties (COP 13) to the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) later this year, Latin American and Caribbean Ministers of Environment have adopted a decision to enhance implementation of the Convention and its […]

Caribbean Anti-Money Laundering Conference 2016

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Heads of Regulatory Agencies and Business Leaders from across 25 territories in the Americas will meet at the 2016 Annual Caribbean Anti-Money Laundering & Financial Crimes Conference to discuss the latest advances in the fight against Financial Crimes. This premier event will be held March 10th& 11th 2016 at the AAA Rated Four Diamond Conrad […]

Dust storms in Africa affect US and the Caribbean’s air quality

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From Phys.org You might find it hard to believe that dust clouds from the African Sahara can travel thousands of miles across the Atlantic Ocean, but it does every year and in large quantities. In a recent study, Joseph Prospero, professor emeritus at the University of Miami Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science and […]

There is an energy revolution under way which has implications for the Caribbean

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By David Jessop From Stabroek news No one should be in any doubt: the world’s energy balance is changing rapidly with profound political and economic consequences for the way every country and region will in future relate to one another. On October 1, the Financial Times reported that the US is near to overtaking Saudi […]

Cayman Turtler

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From Atlantic Creole: Black Folk Don’t Sail XII “But history, as they say, is comprehended backward though it must be lived forward, and when we examine our predecessors we bring our own lamps.” – Coming Of Age In The Milky Way, Timothy Ferris I know it is politically incorrect to even mention the fishing of […]

Cayman Islands technology/Caribbean leaders on risk reduction

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Cayman Islands: Technology: A key business driver Article by Richard Munday Published by Cayman Finance Cayman’s mature information and communications technology infrastructure has been an important draw for businesses to domicile in this jurisdiction, as highly prized as its high regulatory standards and tax-neutral status. There is a thriving ecosystem of information and communications technology […]