Reflections from Bridgetown

Efforts to understand the implications of climate change in the Caribbean and beyond are crucial, but action is even better. After visiting, I am convinced that large countries and multilateral institutions need to heed Barbados’ calls and act boldly on climate change now.

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Are We Asking the Right Questions About Haiti?

Considering Haiti’s deteriorating conditions, many in the international community are chiming in with critiques and proposals. Some suggestions have merit, while others are misinformed, too short-termed, or are altogether dangerous. Fewer yet are coordinated. It is arguable that any truly see the Haitian people.

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Addressing Climate Migration in the Caribbean

For a region largely made up of island states, climate change represents an existential crisis. Without significant measures to curb global warming by large countries, projections forecast a dire future for the region.

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