Cari-Bois News, an initiative of The Cropper Foundation and its partners, is a Trinidad and Tobago-based environmental news network that brings together citizen journalists from civil society, academia and science to tell their own stories around the environmental issues affecting the Caribbean region.
Latest posts by Cari-Bois News from March, 2023
Sandbar breach threatens Antigua & Barbuda’s Ramsar site
Codrington Lagoon is a wetland of International Importance under the Ramsar Convention but its sandbar integrity has been compromised by breaches that threaten the well-being of its ecosystems.
Coastal erosion redraws St. Vincent’s north-east coast
Over the past several years, as climate change impacts like hurricanes, droughts, floods and rising sea levels have taken their toll, the tiny Caribbean nation has had to take action.
Trinidad & Tobago looks to partnerships to help protect its coral reefs
Trinidad and Tobago's Institute of Marine Affairs recently partnered with government, private sector and community-based organisations to build its capacity in rehabilitating climate change-challenged coral reefs and seagrass beds.