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Gray's Hill Reservoir Handover Today

Gray's Hill ReservoirAntigua, St John's - The newly restored Gray's Hill Reservoir will be handed over by the Government of the

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Tsunami Simulation Planned This Week

Tsunami Simulation Antigua & Barbuda will take part in a full-scale tsunami simulation exercise on Wednesday, World

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Career Day Molds New Generation

Career Day Molds New GenerationOrganized with the core purpose to create a new generation of leaders and professionals, the Environment

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K-Kids Clean the Beach

K-Kids Clean the BeachAntigua, St John's - On Saturday March 19, students from CCSET Academy’s Kiwanis Kids Club (K-Kids) joined

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Draft of National Energy Policy Released

Ambassador Joan UnderwoodThe Energy Desk has released a draft National Energy Policy, following the prime minister’s announcement of

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Controversial Spearfishing Review This Week

Controversial SpearfishingAntigua, St John's - A committee set up to examine whether the ban on spearfishing should continue to be

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Leading Water Agency Gets a Name Change

CBWMPThe Caribbean region’s leading agency of water operators has had a change of name. The former Caribbean

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Climate Change Workshop Planned

Climate Change Workshop A stakeholder workshop has been organised to identify the impacts of climate change in 15 Caribbean countries

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NODS Stresses Calm Despite Earthquake Fears

photo- scientificamerican.comThe National Office of Disaster Services (NODS) has called for calm as word spreads that the Caribbean could

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Leatherback Turtles Returning to Nest

Leatherback sea turtles.photo-virginiaherpetologicalsociety.comThis February marks the start of another nesting season for the critically endangered leatherback sea

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Agreement reached at UN Climate Change conference

ConsultationRepresentatives from more than 192 countries that are parties to the UN climate change treaty adopted a

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CDEMA Meets With NODS

CDEMA-meetingA two-day eastern sub-regional co-ordination consultation organised by the Caribbean Disaster Emergency

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Training Opportunity for Young Environmentalists

The-US-based-EarthCorpsThe Energy Desk within the Office of the Prime Minister, acknowledging the vital nexus between environmental

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Disaster Agencies Assessing Capabilities

Paul SaundersAs one of the focal points for disaster response in the region, Antigua & Barbuda is assessing its

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Fish Kill Investigations Continue

Fish-Kill-at-McKinnon-PondThe Analytical Services Department within the Ministry of Agriculture, Lands, Housing & the Environment

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CDEMA Council Holds First Meeting

CDEMA CouncilThe Management Committee of Council (MCC) of the Caribbean Disaster Emergency Management Agency (CDEMA) held

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Govt Continuing Energy Audits

Reduce energy consumptionEfforts to improve energy efficiency within the public sector are continuing, with energy audits already

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Energy Desk Announces Extension

photo- devicedaily.comStakeholders have been granted an extension to submit written contributions to the draft National Energy

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Environmental Planning Workshop Starts Monday

EIMAS---displaying-key-ecological-featuresAn upcoming workshop hopes to educate a number of government agencies on a new Environmental Management and

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Environmental Slogan Competition Launched

Slogan CompetitionThe Caribbean Environment Program, in partnership with the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), has

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Microbiologist Gives Verandah Clean Report

Veranda beachThe management of the Verandah Resort has enlisted a microbiologist to bring further clarity to recent

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Spiders Stretch Out Over McKinnons

Spiders Stretch Out Over McKinnonsAn overgrowth of spiders stretching over a mile of undisturbed vegetation in the McKinnons Pond area poses no

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Verandah Denies Sewage Leak

Verandah Denies Sewage LeakManagement of a local hotel has denied any connection to a distinctive stench at the beach commonly known as

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Grass Fires Still Affecting Watershed

Grass Fires Still Affecting WatershedRecurring grass fires at Signal Hill have prompted officials to assess the area this Friday to plan further

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NODS Issues Flood Warning

Heavy-rainfallThe National Office of Disaster Services (NODS) issued a flood warning on Monday, amid persistent showers

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APUA Moving Toward Alternative Energy

Engineers Pigott (Left) and Francis (Right) Two trainee engineers from APUA attended an  International Training Workshop on Solar Energy Application for

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AUA Assists with Clean UP

Coastal clean up daySascha Mercer-Severin, island liaison and public relations co-ordinator at the American University of Antigua

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Green Partnership To Save Mahogany Trees

Mahogany Tree Planting ProjectAn event and a project to celebrate. CEO of Ali & Associates and Green Giants Jouvert Troupe Alister

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Giant Snails Spotted In Five Islands

Giant African SnailsGiant African Snails have again been spotted, and the Ministry of Agriculture is moving to wipe them out

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Solar Powered System for Shirley Heights

Solar Powered System for Shirley HeightsLess than a week after releasing the draft National Energy Policy for stakeholder feedback, the Energy Desk

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Hurricane Earl Relief Programme Begins

Hurricane Earl Relief Programme BeginsJust over 100 families affected by Hurricane Earl's passage last month will receive assistance from the

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Spotlight on Tourism

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Tourism Stakeholders Optimistic about Symposium
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