As climate impacts intensify, four small island nations are exploring powerful climate solutions.
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To avert catastrophe, we must now radically switch to a sustainable, net-zero future. This transition needs to happen fast, but it also has to happen…
Five countries in Latin America and the Caribbean submitted more ambitious climate pledges in 2021 with the support of Climate Promise.
Climate change threatens to undo decades of development progress in Small Island Developing States and least developed countries.
Small islands sit on the front line against climate change. They’re among the most vulnerable to rising sea levels, declining rainfall, and extreme…
Cindy Duval-Kouamé, is the manager of The Blue Marlin Restaurant at Anse aux Anglais, Rodrigues. Her establishment proposes seafood and farming products from Rodrigues. Restauration depends a lot on tourism in Rodrigues in general. Since the outbreak of COVID-19 and the subsequent limitation of international flights to and from the Republic of Mauritius, the situation has become complicated for restaurant owners and people working in the hospitality sector who depend on tourism for their livelihoods. Presently many restaurants, guest houses or hotels open only a few days a week to accommodate a reduced clientele consisting mainly of Mauritian travelers or European expatriates residing in Mauritius or Rodrigues. Photo credit: Stéphane Bellerose/UNDP in Mauritius and Seychelles. August 2020.
The COVID-19 pandemic brought significant challenges to the Caribbean twin-island state of Antigua and Barbuda.
For women who already face inequalities within their society, climate change has the potential to reinforce and exacerbate disparities.