Pride magazine reports that the Barbados-based Caribbean Institute for Meteorology and Hydrology (CIMH) informs the public that as the region continues through the rest of the 2020 dry season, there are serious concerns about short-term and long-term drought across the Caribbean. The Barbados-based Caribbean Institute for Meteorology and Hydrology (CIMH) says as the region continues […]

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A report by Ama Nunoo for Face2FaceAfrica. The beautiful island of Puerto Rico is known for many things. From its beautiful beaches to delicious cuisines, one other thing Puerto Rico is known for is the coqui frog which some say is the island’s national symbol. Legend has it that before the Taino Awaraks, the original inhabitants of the Caribbean […]

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A report from Reuters. The quakes have shifted the position of many hives, confused returning bees and caused destruction inside the wooden boxes, one expert said. Puerto Rican bees are abandoning hives as weeks of earthquakes disrupt colonies, experts said, raising concerns that a subspecies seen as a possible solution to the global bee crisis could […]

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“Ravenous wild goats ruled this island for over a century. Now, it’s being reborn.” Michael Hingston (National Geographic, Science) writes about Redonda—an island belonging to Antigua—and its recovery process after the removal on invasive species. He writes, “The rocky island of Redonda, once stripped of its flora and fauna by invasive species, makes an astonishingly […]

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Environment Minister Ángel Estévez has called on all supermarket chains to start eliminating the use of plastics, “after tons of trash blanketed on the capital’s coast over the weekend, dragged by a storm’s rains,” underlining that “we are polluting the new generations and this must change.” He also warned the business sector to reduce the […]

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