October 16, 2021

New Artificial Intelligence to help facilitate trade negotiations for Small Island Developing States

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Thursday, October 11, 2018 — The first AI powered-platform for trade negotiations recently introduced by the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) in Geneva could bring major advances that can strengthen the voice of Small Island Developing States (SIDS) in the international arena by allowing for deeper and more targeted data analysis which […]

Creation care committee begins its legislative work

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By Lynette Wilson From Episcopal News Service Episcopal News Service – Austin, Texas] Advocating for a fair and ambitious climate agreement, a carbon fee and planting trees in commemoration of the Paris Agreement topped the agenda July 4 during the Environmental Stewardship and Care of Creation Committee’s first open hearing at the JW Marriott. The […]

Environmental agreement to Latin America and the Caribbean

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From Radio Cadena Agramonte Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ecuador highlighted the agreement just signed in Costa Rica for Latin America and the Caribbean in environmental matters. In its digital page and Twitter account, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Human Mobility, pointed out that the Covenant constitutes a fundamental milestone, he has reaffirmed the […]

Development of oceans needs to bring economic, environmental and social benefits to Caribbean people

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Port of Spain, June 13, 2017 – The Caribbean Natural Resources Institute (CANARI) has recognised the potential for coastal and marine resources to be sustainably used to bring economic benefits to the region.  At a key international conference examining how oceans should be managed, the Institute called for a focus on social equity and good governance […]

Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association urges United Nations Conference to support Caricom position on climate change

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From Hospitality Net THE CARIBBEAN — The Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association (CHTA) is calling on the global community to support CARICOM’s position advocating for a cap on the world’s temperature rise at 1.5 degrees Centigrade as part of their deliberations during the United Nations Climate Change Conference, taking place in Paris from Nov. 30 […]