VIEWS ON CLIMATE CHANGE


1. Are Caribbean leaders taking the issue of climate change too lightly?  By Advira Shand  (Jamaica), Posted: 22/5/2015


2. Land Use and Climate Change on an Island: Chalk and Cheese?  By Jamilla Sealy  (Barbados). Posted  22/5/2015


3. Youth, Governance, Health and Livelihood vs. Climate Change.  By Adrian Watson (Jamaica). Re-posted from Climate Change Home Guide


4.  Put your money where your footprint is!  By Dizzanne Billy (Trinidad & Tobago). Re-posted from Caribbean Climate


5.  Climate Change: What about the SIDS? A Youth Perspective. By Dizzanne Billy (Trinidad & Tobago). Re-posted from Caribbean Climate


6.  The time to commit was yesterday. Act now!  By Dizzanne Billy (Trinidad & Tobago). Re-posted from TT Youth Forum on Climate Change


7.  Is 2 degrees too much? Take it down a notch  By Dizzanne Billy (Trinidad & Tobago). Re-posted from TT Youth Forum on Climate

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8.  "Caribbean leaders must fight climate change” By Advira Shand  (Jamaica),  Re-poster from Your Commonwealth - the Youth Perspective


9.    Caribbean Sun, Sea and Wind.  By Advira Shand  (Jamaica), Posted: 10/8/2015


10.  Commentary: Where Have all the Raindrops Gone?  By Dizzanne Billy  (Trinidad & Tobago). Re-posted from Caribbean News Service


11.   Dirty behaviours hampers our resilience     By Jamilla Sealy  (Barbados). Posted  13/8/2015


12.  What will Jamaica bring to the table in preparation for COP21?    By Advira Shand  (Jamaica), Posted: 27/8/2015


13.  Climate change is not just idle talk but a threat to our future   By CYEN - published across the OECS territories


14.  Is Paris our last hope for survival?   By Jamilla Sealy  (Barbados). Posted  17/9/2015

15.  From Paris With Hope  By Dizzanne Billy  (Trinidad & Tobago). Re-posted from Caribbean News Service

16.  "Catching up to climate change”   By Advira Shand  (Jamaica), Posted: 18/9/2015


17.   Advocacy, Biodiversity, Climate Change Resilience Building and Youth Empowerment.  BAdrian Watson (Jamaica).  Posted: 18/9/2015