Saturday, April 22 is Earth Day. The theme is Environmental and Climate Literacy – in other words, the importance of educating ourselves on these complex and wide-ranging topics. Until recently, by the way, I didn’t know the day is also called International Mother Earth Day. The Earth Day Network (Earth Day is primarily a citizen-oriented effort) is … More #EarthDay2017: What’s Happening in Jamaica?
Yes, it’s been a while… But you know how it is. I have been very busy with one or two projects, while trying to fit them in with the Olympics. To be honest, I have been missing out on the news quite a bit. Oh, and did I mention the heat? I know. Excuses, excuses… … More Rolling Jamaica’s Economic Cricket Pitch, Hit and Run Sadness, and Awesome Vets: Sunday, August 21, 2016
The Caribbean region has made great strides in reducing new HIV/AIDS infections, according to the latest UNAIDS report – a dramatic reduction of 33 per cent between 2001 and 2012, and 52 per cent among children. There has been a steady decline from the high of 2005, mainly due to increased access to anti-retroviral drugs … More The Fight Against HIV/AIDS Must Continue