The World Bank on Tuesday approved a US$27 million project to support the construction of a 7 Mega Watts small geothermal power plant in Dominica; the aim of which is to increase the share of renewables, diversify the country’s energy matrix, and identify a clear road map for private sector investment in geothermal development.
21st August, 2012 Grenada is once again turning to Japan for assistance with the harnessing and use of renewable energy.
The Organisation of East Caribbean States (OECS) is conducting a survey to assess the sub-region’s knowledge of climate change and its related issues.
The Parliament of Grenada is soon to begin debating a bill to set up an agency to deal with the country’s land information and land functions.
IPI Panel Examines Impact of Natural Disasters on Press Freedom
Agriculture minister Denis Lett has joined with his sub-regional counterparts in calling on the International Whaling Commission to relax its regulations regarding whale hunting in the Caribbean.
Opposition Leader Dr. Keith Mitchell said when his New National Party (NNP) is returned to power, it will reexamine the terms of the boundary delimitation agreement between Grenada and Trinidad and Tobago.