Sunday, November 18, 2018
Antigua Observer:-  The Sandals Grande Resort in Antigua is included in a massive elimination of single use plastic stirrers and straws at Sandals resorts in the Caribbean. The project, began yesterday to coincide with the first day of Pollution Prevention Week. In...
PRESS RELEASE: CASTRIES, St Lucia (September 17, 2018) – Antiguan environmentalist Martha Watkins-Gilkes recently travelled to St Lucia to support the national trust there with their efforts to stop the development of a dolphin park. Watkins-Gilkes is the Executive Producer on...
A stranded turtle was rescued Friday morning in the Choc cemetery and returned to the sea. Deputy Chief Fisheries Officer, Thomas Nelson, told St Lucia Times that Castries City Council (CCC) workers called the department to report that a sea...
A 25 minute documentary 'The Dolphin Dilemma - the Antigua Barbuda Story' airs tonight, Wednesday September 5, 2018, at 6.30 pm at the Finance Administrative Centre, Pointe Seraphine, Castries. The airing will be followed by a question and answer discussion. One...
PRESS RELEASE: The UK and the Organisation for the Prevention of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) are working together to help improve the Caribbean’s ability to respond to the use of chemicals as weapons by terrorists or non-state actors. Between 28-30 August, the...
BBC:-  A small village on the southern coast of New Zealand is planning to implement a radical plan to protect its native wildlife: ban all domestic cats. Under the initiative, proposed by Environment Southland, cat owners in Omaui will have to...
Press Release:-  The influx of Sargassum seaweed along the island’s east coast has rendered one of the district of Vieux Fort’s most popular beaches, “Sandy Beach”, inhospitable for fluctuating periods of time. As a result, residents and visitors have begun...
Saint Lucia was rattled by an earthquake about 5.31 pm Tuesday, disaster officials have confirmed. According to the officials, the quake of magnitude 6.8, occurred off Venezuela. Reports are that it was felt in several parts of Saint Lucia. Below is information...
USA Today: Angel Almaguer backed a waste truck into the middle of a trash storage building the size of a high school gymnasium. The gate on the back of the truck swung open and everything from tiny baitfish to massive Goliath grouper, huge snook, untold...
Saint Lucia plans to  phase-out  Styrofoam food service containers and plastics, both plates and cups, beginning December 1, 2018, with a total ban on their importation before the end of next year. The announcement came in a statement from Minister...