“One good thing about music, when it hits you feel no pain. So hit me with music, hit me with music…”” goes the song by Jamaican reggae legend Bob Marley. So if with music we feel no pain, is it also possible that we could fight climate change with music? Music has been used as a tool for advocacy and change since it was first invented. Throughout history, all sorts of … [Read more...] about Translating Climate Change into music: the Caribbean way
Last September, representatives from 31 small islands members of the Alliance of Small Island States (AOSIS) reaffirmed their commitment to the sustainable development of Small Island Developing States (SIDS) during the United Nations Third International Conference on SIDS, which took place in Apia, Samoa. As a climate change adaptation consultant living and working in a … [Read more...] about How can we make Caribbean islands “climate smart”?
I was in Jamaica to attend the Climate Investment Funds (CIF) Partnership Forum and decided to participate in a session called Fighting Climate Change through Entrepreneurship in the Caribbean, hoping to pick some fellow colleagues brains and discuss some synergies in our work. Just in time when a gracious lady opened her presentation with the following words: [quote … [Read more...] about Jamaica Nuff Problem mon!