Kori Tuitt is a reporter originally from Queens, New York. She enjoys stories about social justice, the environment and food. You'll find her equipped with gardening tools in the summer and crocheting tools in the winter.
Latest posts by Kori Tuitt
Belize's new fisheries bill: A ‘model for how to manage marine resources’
Belize has been working toward this legislation for nearly a decade, partnering with the Environmental Defense Fund to ensure both its integrity and that it addresses resulting concerns.
Belize gets serious about ocean conservation with new Fisheries Resources Bill
Climate change, overfishing and pollution affect the preservation of ocean habitats in Belize, but new legislation hopes to protect marine life by managing overfishing.
Sharing a passion for permaculture in Suriname
An interview with Alex Yakaumo, a permaculturalist who spends his time lecturing and running workshops about self-sustaining agricultural ecosystems in his community in Commewijne.
Months after the devastation of Hurricane Maria, Dominica launches a tree-planting campaign, but is it enough?
"The young farmers and even some of the older heads can't afford fertilizers and chemicals to treat our farms. Why can't the farmers be treated better in this little country?"
Will Dominica's new environment minister address post-Hurricane Maria challenges?
"At present, too many people on the island lack information about what they can expect from the recovery programme and [...] begin to make a difference in their lives."
A Surinamese Non-Profit Becomes the Voice for Animals Losing Their Habitats
"This is what we want to promote — that wild animals belong in the wild."