Environment

Energy efficiency training workshop for hospitality sector

Tuesday, January, 24 2017    

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Caribbean Clean Energy Program (CARCEP) will deliver its first energy efficiency training workshop in Montego Bay, tomorrow and Friday. Read More

What a waste!

Tuesday, January, 10 2017    

 If you have been using East Avenue, Maxfield Avenue, and Waltham Park Road over the last two months or so, you would have noticed sets of green, blue and lavender bins at different points along the road. Read More

Huge Antarctic ice block set to break off — scientists

Friday, January, 6 2017    

PARIS, France (AFP) — A massive ice block nearly 100 times the area of Manhattan is poised to break off Antarctica’s Larsen C ice shelf, scientists reported yesterday. Read More

17 ways to be good to Mother Earth (and yourself) in 2017

Tuesday, January, 3 2017    

What better commitment to make at the start of the year than taking better care of the planet we call home, and in turn taking care of ourselves? Read More

Energy companies plan to boost wind generation in New Mexico

Tuesday, December, 27 2016    

ALBUQUERQUE, NM (AP) — Energy companies are expected to double the generating capacity of wind farms in eastern New Mexico over the next few years, thanks in part to federal subsidies and improvements in technology. Read More

66-lb turtle returned to ocean after rehab in Florida

Tuesday, December, 27 2016    

JUNO BEACH, Florida (AP) — Dozens of animal lovers gathered on Juno Beach yesterday morning to watch Nicklen, a 66-pound loggerhead sea turtle, being released into the Atlantic Ocean. Read More

‘Wattway’ opens

Tuesday, December, 27 2016    

France on Thursday inaugurated the world’s first "solar highway" in the small Normandy town of Tourouvre. Read More

VTDI to help schools go solar

Tuesday, December, 13 2016    

The tertiary arm of the HEART Trust/NTA, Vocational Training Development Institute (VTDI), is forging several partnerships with schools to encourage the use of alternative energy resources. Read More

Jennifer Layke to advise incoming secretary

Tuesday, December, 13 2016    

WASHINGTON, USA (WRI) — According to multiple media reports, President-elect Donald Trump will select Governor Rick Perry to lead the Department of Energy. Perry was governor of Texas from 2000 to 2015, and twice ran for president of the United States. Read More

Jamaica dedicates Dolphin Head Forest Reserve to Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy

Tuesday, December, 13 2016    

The Forestry Department has reported that it, on the behalf of the Government of Jamaica, has dedicated Dolphin Head Forest Reserve in western Jamaica as part of the Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy (QCC) project. Read More



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