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Pierre Attends Caribbean Government Leaders Meeting On Climate Change, Environment

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Prime Minister of Saint Lucia and CARICOM Lead Head on Climate Change, Hon. Philip J. Pierre, travels to Grenada for the 2nd Caribbean Heads of Government meeting on
Climate Change and the Environment.

Saint Lucia and CARICOM government leaders will convene over two days from September 28 to September 29, 2023, to forge a more cohesive strategy and action plan as a regional bloc in furtherance of preparations for COP 28, scheduled for November and taking place in Dubai, UAE.

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Tourism, Investment, Creative Industries, Culture and Information, Hon. Dr. Ernest Hilaire, will act as Prime Minister until September 30, 2023.

SOURCE: Office of the Prime Minister

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4 COMMENTS

  1. SMH. Another waste of a meeting. Which Climate that changing. Chooppsss. Another event to eat tax payers money and pretend like theyr doing something. So many meetings PJP and the others going to. Up to now NONE of them hv come back with any kind of report. After all they getting pd tax payers money when they travel. SMBH

  2. Here’s another opportunity for our local Pip(squeak) to show the world how serious climate change needs to be taken.

    Days after the anniversary of the blowing up the Nordstream gas pipeline, he can highlight this act of industrial sabotage, by the USA, as the biggest case of eco-terrorism in human history, where 500,000 tons of methane, the most dangerous pollutant causing global warming (82.5 times more potent than carbon dioxide at absorbing the Sun’s heat and warming the Earth), was released into the atmosphere.

    Will he be a man, or will he be a manikou?

    Even a ganja-smoking US comedian has more balls than him:

    Jimmy Dore Addresses UN Security Council
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jPvFs86kVps

  3. Why not take solar and wind power into consideration instead of allowing LUCELEC to IMPORT fossil fuel (very expensive) for us to use? This is MY take on CLIMATE CHANGE for SLU.

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