Jamaican speaks at the launch of a Youth Alliance for a Deep Sea Mining Moratorium

It’s a given, surely, that the voice of youth must be heard, loud and clear, on all matters related to the environment and climate change. After all, they are inheriting the Planet that the older generations have made quite a mess of. I was especially pleased and proud to hear the voice of Jamaican youth … More Jamaican speaks at the launch of a Youth Alliance for a Deep Sea Mining Moratorium

Earth Hour 2021 in Jamaica: Darkness Falls on IG

“Why are you turning the lights out?” cried my husband, as I plunged the whole house into darkness at 8:30 p.m. this evening. By the way I turned the outside lights off, too. Light pollution was considerably reduced. “We are celebrating Earth Hour,” I told him. He went back to playing with his phone. Meanwhile … More Earth Hour 2021 in Jamaica: Darkness Falls on IG

What’s Happening in Jamaica: June 24/25, 2017

Oh, what a week it’s been, again. More drama. You could never call Jamaica a “sleepy backwater”… “Clear, hold and rebuild”: That is the basis of the Holness administration’s new crime strategy, via the new Zones of Special Operations Bill. Opposition Security Spokesman Peter Bunting – who conceptualised the Unite for Change program a few years back – … More What’s Happening in Jamaica: June 24/25, 2017