Environment

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ECERA Regional Energy Committee Meeting

PRESS RELEASE:- Minister for Infrastructure, Ports, Energy & Labour, Honourable Stephenson King led a delegation to a Ministerial Dialogue and 14th Meeting of the Regional Energy Committee in Grenada on...

SLNT promoting citizen engagement

PRESS RELEASE:-The Saint Lucia National Trust (SLNT) wrapped up two consultations with various stakeholders in an effort to ascertain information and encourage dialogue on the proposed Desert Star Holdings...
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New Black Sigatoka Treatment Method

The new method will help restrict the disease from building resilience towards the chemicals used. The Black Sigatoka Management Unit has adopted a new scientific approach as part of its...
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Saint Lucia Observes Ozone Day 2016

International Day for the Preservation of the Ozone Layer or Ozone Day, as it is more commonly known, is celebrated annually on 16th September.  The day was designated by...

Minister responsible for Sustainable Development prepares for COP 22

PRESS RELEASE:- Minister of Education, Innovation, Gender Relations and Sustainable Development, Dr. Gale T C Rigobert, on Wednesday 7th September, participated in a CARICOM Ministerial meeting in Grenada, in preparation...

Photo of the Day

PHOTO OF THE DAY. Taken on one of Babonneau Youth Synergy's tree planting days. Forest officer Mr. Patrick Charles is handing a plant to 2-yr-old Roxy Joseph to plant. That...
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Weather forecast for September 5, 2016

SLUMET:  A tropical wave is expected to continue to produce cloudiness, showers, gusty winds and thunderstorms mainly over the Leeward Islands during the next 24 hours. Forecast for Saint Lucia...
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Combating Black Sigatoka

The Black Sigatoka Management Project has declared successes in tackling the leaf spot disease, Black Sigatoka. Martin Satney, Manager of the Black Sigatoka Management Project, said the project was implemented...
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Environmentalists encouraged to consider CMS as conservation tool

Environmentalists were on Wednesday encouraged to seriously consider the Convention on Migratory Species of Wild Animals (CMS) as a mechanism that can support Regional conservation objectives. The advice came from Dr. Thérèse Yarde, Project...
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Tropical Wave to Produce Showers and Thunderstorms Over Island Chain Today

SLUMET: A tropical wave located about 800 miles east of the Lesser Antilles is moving westward near 23 mph or 37 km/h. This system is expected to produce showers...