The Antigua and Barbuda Defense Forces have taken a leap in their defensive and offensive abilities by acquiring a new aircraft for their fleet.
TTMS reported an increase in Saharan Dust, which is currently affecting the quality of the air in the Twin Islands. Noting this, the majority of people complain about respiratory issues. 
Saint Lucia will mark Energy Awareness month in November to raise awareness about the importance of conservation.
Saint Lucia is looking to boost the nation’s youth economy and entrepreneurial landscape as the YEA successfully secured a $20 million investment from the CDB for key initiatives.
The Government of Dominica and Dominica Electricity Services (DOMLEC) have signed an agreement with Ormat Technologies Inc. and its subsidiaries for the development of a geothermal power plant.
A well-known Tribe Carnival brand has collaborated with a local art and photography gallery- NativeMirror, to launch Carnival Camera, i.e. facial recognition using AI technology.
Trinidad and Tobago sets new standard for sustainable energy production by focusing on low-carbon hydrogen.
PM Terrance Drew explains the governments plans for Industrial Development during the Budget Address for 2024.
The Government of Dominica seeks permission to establish a Geothermal Power Plant in Laudat to stabilize electricity rates and reduce dependence on fossil fuels.
Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries of St Kitts and Nevis, Samal Duggins aimed to focus on boosting local agricultural productivity and enhancing food security of the island nation by adopting sustainable farming practices and methods.