Five Shades of Blue (Economy)

Recently I was having an intense conversation with a friend about the strong need for Caribbean islands to develop their economies as...
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What are Stranded Assets and how do they relate to climate change?

    Certain climate change impacts are more obvious than others; less evident ones include those resulting in stranded...
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If you want to tackle carbon emissions let indigenous people control their land

This blog was originally posted by The Guardian. Global leaders must acknowledge that land and forests owned and managed by local...
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Addressing the climate change challenge while living with it.

There are quite a few challenges that our society must face in the coming years, but there is one that we are already facing: Climate...
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Hottest year ever should spur Latin America on climate change

Four years ahead of schedule, the Paris climate change agreement is expected to enter into force next month. Latin American and...
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From NDC Invest to a Sustainable Development

Moving towards the path of sustainable development is a great challenge. The Paris Agreement, the UN´s Sustainable Development Goals...
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Throwing corals a lifeline

Recently I was in Jamaica attending the Coral Lifeline workshop organized by the Centre of Marine Sciences from the University of the...
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Back to the Mangroves – Wetlands and climate change

It had been a while since I had really crawled around in a mangrove wetland.  Once you have climbed over the roots of a red mangrove,...
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Infrastructure and Biodiversity in the Guiana Shield

How can we promote sustainable infrastructure? Infrastructure it’s just not a matter of building more, it’s a matter of enhancing...
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Why the climate v development finance fight must stop

Tacking global warming and ensuring millions gain access to clean water, food and energy should not be tackled separately – they’re...
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5 Keys for Sustainability in the Guyana Shield

The Guyana Shield geological formation, one of the world´s most biodiverse regions, encompasses parts of Venezuela and Brazil, as well...
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Life on the farm: More than a food supplier

Every day, agricultural products wind up on tables and counters in Brazilian kitchens and living rooms.  There are fruits, vegetables...
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¿Cómo la eficiencia energética puede ayudar a mitigar el cambio climático?

  En 2015 en Paris 195 naciones alcanzaron un acuerdo histórico para combatir el cambio climático con un compromiso común para...
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¿Qué pasó en COP22?

  América Latina y el Caribe es una de las regiones más vulnerable a los impactos del cambio climático, y de no cumplir con los...
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¿Qué son los activos abandonados y cómo se relacionan con el cambio climático?

Hay impactos del cambio climático que son más evidentes que otros, y entre los menos evidentes, están los impactos que tiene el cambio...
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Los derechos de los pueblos indígenas son clave contra el cambio climático

Este blog fue originalmente publicado en The Guardian. Los líderes mundiales deben reconocer que la tierra y los bosques, poseídos y...
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