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Jamaica: Edmund Bartlett urges foreign assistance, aims to boost Sustainable Tourism practices

Jamaica: Tourism Minister Edmund Bartlett underscores the importance of international collaboration to foster sustainable tourism practices in a week-long UN’s first-ever Sustainability Week from April 15-19.

‘Red Alert’ issued by UN Weather Agency on Climate Crisis

Record metrics for heat and proportional ice melts in 2023 have left the UN Weather Agency deeply concerned with the manner in which the climate crisis is worsening, thus prompting the organisation to issues a ‘Red Alert’ for global warming.

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Jamaica: Edmund Bartlett urges foreign assistance, aims to boost Sustainable Tourism practices

Jamaica: Tourism Minister Edmund Bartlett underscores the importance of international collaboration to foster sustainable tourism practices in a week-long UN’s first-ever Sustainability Week from April 15-19.

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Jamaica: Edmund Bartlett urges foreign assistance, aims to boost Sustainable Tourism practices

Jamaica: Tourism Minister Edmund Bartlett underscores the importance of international collaboration to foster sustainable tourism practices in a week-long UN’s first-ever Sustainability Week from April 15-19.

UN Report highlights 19% food waste while chronic hunger problems persist

The United Nations (UN) have released a damning report which stated that 19% of the food produced globally in 2022, amounting to an eye watering 1.05 billion metric tons, went to waste.

‘Red Alert’ issued by UN Weather Agency on Climate Crisis

Record metrics for heat and proportional ice melts in 2023 have left the UN Weather Agency deeply concerned with the manner in which the climate crisis is worsening, thus prompting the organisation to issues a ‘Red Alert’ for global warming.
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Jamaica: Edmund Bartlett urges foreign assistance, aims to boost Sustainable Tourism practices

Jamaica: Tourism Minister Edmund Bartlett underscores the importance of international collaboration to foster sustainable tourism practices in a week-long UN’s first-ever Sustainability Week from April 15-19.

UN Report highlights 19% food waste while chronic hunger problems persist

The United Nations (UN) have released a damning report which stated that 19% of the food produced globally in 2022, amounting to an eye watering 1.05 billion metric tons, went to waste.

‘Red Alert’ issued by UN Weather Agency on Climate Crisis

Record metrics for heat and proportional ice melts in 2023 have left the UN Weather Agency deeply concerned with the manner in which the climate crisis is worsening, thus prompting the organisation to issues a ‘Red Alert’ for global warming.

Bahamas catches Haitians fleeing violence with naval force

Prime Minister Philip Davis issued a statement in which he said that the Royal Bahamas Defense Force has deployed a significantly large naval fleet. The force is making use of aircrafts, surface vessels and 120 highly trained operatives, who have collectively established a blockade in the southern region of the country.

FAO hosts Fourth Global Conference, discusses Banana Industry Challenges 

Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations hosted the Fourth Global Conference of The World Banana Forum (WBF) at their headquarters to address various challenges faced by banana producers.

UN Official found dead in Antigua Hotel

Disturbing news came out of Antigua and Barbuda, as a United Nation’s official was found dead in his hotel room on Tuesday at the Jolly Beach Resort. He was part of a United Nations delegation which is assisting efforts to organize the 4th Small Island Developing States Conference.

T&T achieves 63% SDGs, focusing to reduce poverty

T&T has achieved 63 per cent of the United Nation’s Global Goals, which aimed at the sustainable development with primary focus is to manage the problem of poverty in the country.

Oxygen shortage claims lives of five at southern Gaza hospital

Five patients lost their loves due to oxygen shortage in the southern Gaza’s main hospital. The soldiers were searching the compound where they believed the remains of hostages captured by Hamas.

Tunnels discovered under UN agency’s headquarters raises doubt about UN-Hamas relations

Israeli military achieved a most recent development in their ongoing efforts as they discovered tunnels under the primary headquarters of the UN agency for Palestinian refugees in Gaza City.

Israel launches airstrikes, kills twenty-two people in Rafah

Twenty-two people were killed as Israel launched its airstrikes overnight on Friday, which hit two residential buildings in Rafah, while two other sites were bombed in central Gaza.

Scarcity of food in Gaza risk lives of 300,000 people

The lack of food risks the lives of about 300,000 people in north and central Gaza. The agencies are blocked from providing any humanitarian aid to the people in Gaza.

PM Drew meets Didier Trebucq, highlights UN Country Implementation Plans

Prime Minister Terrance Drew shared glimpses of his meeting with Didier Trebucq, serving as United Nations Resident Coordinator for Barbados and the Eastern Caribbean, on Tuesday.