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Guyana is considering energy alternatives to the Petrocaribe programme

 

As tensions flare between Guyana and Venezuela, and the latter country fails to meet its oil export quotas, Guyana is considering energy alternatives to the Petrocaribe programme. Bloomberg reports that Guyanese Finance Minister Winston Jordan revealed that his country is “actively considering other options.”Petrocaribe, a signature initiative of late President Hugo Chavez, has sold about US$28 billion to participating nations across the Caribbean and Central America since its creation in 2005. Member countries finance as much as half the price of the shipments at one per cent to 2 per cent interest over 25 years. Read more...

St.Lucia to again host the highly popular Mercury Beach Party

Coming off a highly successful inaugural staging, the Saint Lucia Tourist Board and the Ministry of Tourism are supporting Mercury Beach as they gear up for the hosting of the 2nd Mercury Beach Party at the Pigeon Island Beach on Saturday, August 15th, 2015.The Mercury Beach Party supports the Saint Lucia Tourist Board’s strategy towards deepening the marketing penetration into the lucrative Caribbean market.The event, which was inaugurated in August of 2014, targets the Caribbean region with Martinique & Guadeloupe as primary markets. Read more...

The Saint Lucia National Trust commenced a 5 day summer programme at the Vieux Fort Primary School

The Saint Lucia National Trust commenced a 5 day summer programme at the Vieux Fort Primary School focusing on the Marine Environment under the theme ‘Healthy Oceans-Healthy People’.Forty (40) young people between the ages of 9 to 17 will be involved in activities which will help them better appreciate how the quality of the marine ecosystem, particularly within the Pointe Sable Environmental Protection Area , affects the quality of our way life – including our diet; livelihood; recreation; education and our culture. Read more...

The Caribbean is on high alert against the latest outbreak of bird flu in North America

Veterinary officers and stakeholders in the poultry sector in the Caribbean are on high alert and stepping up their preparedness to protect the industry as the deadly H5N1 virus – commonly referred to as bird flu – wreaks havoc on farms in North America, the region’s main market for hatching eggs and chicks.Over the past six months, almost 50 million birds have either died or been destroyed in the United States, costing the industry billions of dollars. Read more...

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