Robert F. Kennedy Jr. will be a Guest Speaker at College of The Bahamas (COB) on Monday, January 21st, from 11am to 12 noon.
An informational comic book, “Who tief muh conch?” details the possible effects of climate change in The Bahamas.
A recent report indicates that the Caribbean faces annual damages of $100 billion by 2050 from events triggered by a warming planet.
Rise in ocean temperature due to global warming triggered coral bleaching, the frequency of which is increasing, which caused the mass death of corals worldwide.
A study of hurricane tracks during the past 100 years suggests that hurricanes come in clusters and are not random.
Small Island Developing States (SIDS) are unified in equatorial resilience against climate change. And environmentalists have calculated that residual air and ocean pollution is the number one threat to the survival of the 53 million people that live within the SIDS global network.
Over 100 experts have gathered in The Bahamas to discuss the importance of climate change education for Small Island Developing States (SIDS).