Stories about Haiti from November, 2007
Haiti Innovation says that “Haiti is not even in the game when it comes to preserving the environment.”
Denise Green writes in to Haiti Innovation wondering “if the government ever thinks about solar thermal technology as an alternative to electrical power? We should exploit the one resource that we always have plenty of – the Sun!”
As World AIDS Day approaches, Haiti Innovation assesses Haiti's progress in the fight against the disease: “I hope that by this time next year, I can write that we've all become leaders in prevention.”
Collectif-haiti-de-provence posts an article about a new public market [Fr] being built in Port-au-Prince, thanks to Venezuela.
Antilles reports that The New York Times has selected four works by Caribbean authors as part of its annual list of “100 Notable Books of the Year”.
Babalu Blog finds “alarming” the prospect of “a new Latin American and Caribbean regional police force modeled on Interpol.”
Thanksgiving may be a traditionally North American holiday - but more and more, the Caribbean seems to be taking notice - so much so that many regional bloggers have been paying a warm West Indian tribute to Thanksgiving…
Trinidad's Studio Film Club will be screening the Haitian film Ghosts of Cite Soleil.
Alice Smeets posts a selection of her “12 best Haiti pictures”.
Geoffrey Philp features Our Caribbean: “an anthology of lesbian and gay writing from across the Antilles”.
Bryan Schaaf at Haiti Innovation thinks that video games may be a great way to raise children's awareness about international development and humanitarian issues.
Geoffrey Philp's Blogspot features a new book whose Caribbean contributors include George Lamming, Derek Walcott, Earl Lovelace, Jamaica Kincaid and Edwidge Danticat.
“During the last few days, Tropical Storm Noel…caused severe damage in Haiti and the Dominican Republic”: Dying in Haiti reports.