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Antigua Environment

Answers on Wind Power Plans

Wind TurbinesAntigua St. john's - Further information has been released on plans for wind power to become a reality in

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Wind Power is Coming to Antigua

Sugar millAntigua St. john's - Antigua and Barbuda is a country which is famous for its beautiful weather, white and

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Search and Rescue Training Course in Antigua

Search and Rescue Training Course Antigua St. john's - The complement of individuals trained in search and rescue throughout the region

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EAG Issues Sea Turtle Updates

 Sea TurtlesAntigua St. John's - Antigua & Barbuda’s marine reptiles have returned for another nesting season, and

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Tick Season Has Begun

Tick SeasonAntigua St. John's - The Ministry of Agriculture is reminding the nation’s farmers that the tick season is

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Cedar Grove Primary Encouraged to be Environmentally Friendly

Cedar Grove Primary Encouraged to be Environmentally FriendlyAntigua St. John's - Students at the Cedar Grove Primary School are helping to preserve the environment in

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Is Atlantic Hurricane Void Going to Last

Hurricane seasonThe 2013 Atlantic Hurricane season will go down in the books as being free of hurricanes through August.

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Petition Wants to Protect Rabbit, Red Head Islands

Protect Rabbit, Red Head IslandsAntigua St. John's - The Antigua Conservation Society is gathering signatures on a petition that seeks to

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Do Not be Caught Off Guard – Philmore Mullin

hurricane Luis, barbudaful photoAntigua St. john's - “Maintain optimum level of preparedness,” warns head of National Office of Disaster

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Future of Cayman Turtle Meat Farm Uncertain

 Turtle 
The World Society for the Protection of Animals (WSPA) announced several key successes in its ongoing

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Caribbean Water Operators Confer in Antigua

Caribbean Water Operators Confer in AntiguaAntigua St. John's - Engineers, water and waste-water operators, water and waste laboratory analysts,

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Love Antigua, Don't Trash It

Love Antigua, Don't Trash ItAntigua St. John's - The Cedar Valley Neighbourhood Watch has prepared an anti-litter sign and logo to spread

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Earthquake Hits Antigua

Earthquake Hits AntiguaAntigua St. John's - A 4.8-magnitude earthquake rocked parts of the Northeastern Caribbean about 1.11 am

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OECS Power Savers Campaign Launched

OECS Power Savers Campaign LaunchedAntigua St. John's - Residents of OECS Member States will soon know more about knowledge on energy saving

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More Giant Snails Collected

More Giant Snails CollectedAntigua St. John's - National celebrations to mark World Environment Day were met with much enthusiasm.

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NODS Talks Disaster Management with Disability Groups

NODS Talks Disaster Management with Disability Groups Antigua St. John's - The National Office of Disaster Services (NODS) is taking a closer look at the welfare

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Schools Presented with Disaster Management Kits

School reps. and NODS Director Philmore MullinAntigua St. John's - The National Office of Disaster Services (NODS) has presented four schools with useful

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Meteorological Office Gets SmartMet

Meteorological Office Gets SmartMetAntigua St. John's - The Antigua & Barbuda Meteorological Office will be able to give more accurate

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World Environment Day

World Environment Day Antigua St. John's - Today is World Environment Day, a global celebration marked every year on June 5th to

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EAG Field Trip to Body Ponds Watershed

Body Ponds Nature ParkAntigua St. John's - This Saturday, the EAG’s monthly field trip will take place from Buckleys to the Body

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O'Marde to Hold Consultations

O'Marde to Hold ConsultationsAntigua St. John's - A local consultant has begun the work of developing a National Comprehensive Disaster

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Earthquake Monitoring Station Almost Complete

Seismic station-in BethesdaAntigua St. John's - A team from the UWI Seismic Research Centre in Trinidad will soon be back on island to

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ABSTEP to Hold Final Discussions

National Office of Disaster Services (NODS)Antigua St. John's - The final in a series of meetings with statutory bodies, non-profit groups, and

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Scholarship Recipients Complete Cleanup

Beach CleanupAntigua St. john's - The scant disregard that some residents have for the environment recently came into

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4.8 Magnitude Earthquake Shakes Antigua

Earthquake Shakes Antigua Antigua St. John's - An earthquake with a magnitude of 4.8 was felt in Antigua and Barbuda and the French

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Climate Change Fifth Assessment Report

Climate Change Fifth Assessment ReportThe IPCC has published the first of three volumes of its Fifth Assessment Report (5AR).  Edward Davey, the

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Community Improvement Festival Launched

WinnersAntigua St. John's - Residents are being urged to join the challenge to enhance the environmental features of

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Good Practices for Turtle Nesting Season

Sea turtlesAntigua St. John's - The Antigua Sea Turtle Project is continuing to collect information on sea turtle

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EOC Holds Stakeholders Meeting

EOC Holds Stakeholders Meeting Antigua St. John's - The efficient flow of information within the Emergency Operations Centre (EOC) during

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Mass Casualty Training at NODS

Mass Casualty Training Antigua St. John’s - Twenty-nine individuals from various emergency response agencies completed a one-week

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No Damage Reported After Earthquake

A map of the quake (USGS)Antigua St. John's - There have been no reports so far of damage or injuries from Tuesday’s 5.3 magnitude

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