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There’s an undeniable global increase in temperature. Accompanying this increase are the impacts of those warming trends being felt around the world. In fact, recent years have been the warmest on record, evidence of world-wide manifestations of climate change Read more

“You cannot manage what you do not measure” applies to many spheres; business, personal goals, sport and even environmental stewardship. According to Sindy Singh, Climate Change Specialist in the Ministry of Planning and Development, this maxim is “…especially applicable in the mitigation and reduction of greenhouse gas emissions.” Read more

As a Small Island Developing State (SIDS), Trinidad and Tobago is particularly vulnerable to the impacts of climate change. More so, as an economy based primarily on the oil and gas industry, involving high carbon emitting processes, it is our responsibility to reduce carbon emissions. Being part of Multilateral Environment Agreements (MEAs) with other countries plays a pivotal role in fulfilling this commitment. Read more

Over 100 Civil Society Organisation (CSOs) are operating in Trinidad and Tobago, working to protect their communities and the natural environment. These CSOs play a crucial role in achieving our national environmental goals and the objectives of Multilateral Environmental Agreements (MEAs) to which we’ve committed. Read more

In previous articles we’ve covered a few of the most significant issues facing the environment today and how our Government is addressing thes… Read more

Debt is a facet of financial life that almost everyone experiences. For most of us, some form of debt will be carried throughout our lives. As… Read more

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