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Adicia Burton to participate as Dominica delegate in COP 28

Adicia Burton- Miss Dominica 2023, will participate as a delegate in the United Nations Climate Change Conference 28 as an indigenous youth activist

CSG Patricia Scotland meets India’s Environment Minister ahead of COP 28

She outlined the ways and actions of the Commonwealth in coping with issues such as climate change and the environment

PM Skerrit to push for small state financing at COP 28 in Dubai

Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit said he will also use the platform to highlight the needs of the small states in several developmental sectors.

Dominica to establish first-ever Sperm Whale Reserve

Dominica is all set to establish the world's first ever marine protected area for the endangered marine species- Sperm Whale.

PM Gaston Browne to address climate change, small island issues during ITLOS

During his address, PM Gaston Browne will shed light on the impacts of the climate change, issues of the small island states, and sustainable development. 

CSG Patricia Scotland attends Africa Climate Summit 23 in Nairobi

The Secretary General of the Commonwealth attended the Africa Climate Summit 23 in Nairobi. She participated in a series of events, activities and held meetings with several diplomatic leaders. 

Dominica: Former Banker “Annika Bellot” expresses disappointment over climate change impacts 

Annika Bellot- Former Customer Service Representative at the National Bank of Dominica, through its official social media account, expressed disappointment over the impacts of climate change.

CSG Patricia Scotland addresses UN Climate Change’s CRFS Alliance at COP 27

Patricia Scotland- Secretary General of the Commonwealth, delivered the keynote address at UN Climate Change's CRFS Alliance, "Climate Resilience in Food System Why Act Now", at COP27.

Dominica: PM Skerrit addresses opening session of Regional Conference

Prime Minister Dr Roosevelt Skerrit delivered the speech at the opening session of the Regional Conference on 'Identifying Regional Challenges and Opportunities to Address the Issue of Marine Debris, Sargassum, and Marine Spatial Planning,' on Tuesday, April 5, 2022.

CARICOM extends support to Latin America for promoting sustainable development

The Caribbean Community- CARICOM is making efforts to promote and support the development priorities in collaboration with Latin American and other partners which have worked for development.

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