January 25, 2022

Here’s why US residents don’t see climate change as a threat

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The Conversation From The Weather Network Thursday, February 15, 2018, 13:10 – During the 2017 Atlantic basin hurricane season, six major storms – all of which were Category 3 or higher – produced devastating human, material and financial devastation across the southern United States and the Caribbean. Last year’s above-average storm activity was foreseeable. Hurricane […]

Why feminism matters to Caribbean development

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From Barbados Today What we know of feminism, its actors and causes is often linked to Western realities in the United States and Europe. What we read and what is televised can sometimes give a false understanding of a movement which is relevant to all spheres of the globe including our own. But to be […]

Cayman Islands: Island Heritage awards 2017 Educational Grant

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Island Heritage Insurance Company, Ltd. (“Island Heritage”) announced today that its inaugural Educational Grant has been awarded to Gabriella Castillo. Gabriella graduated from United World College Costa Rica’s International Baccalaureate programme in May 2017, before which she attended Clifton Hunter High School. She will be attending the University of Western Ontario in the Fall, pursuing […]