There is a lot going on at this year’s UN Conference on Climate Change (COP23) in Bonn. Since there is a major focus on Small Island Developing States (SIDS), with the Pacific island of Fiji as this year’s host, it is understandable that Caribbean delegates are working especially hard. An hour or so ago, the Caribbean Youth Environment Network (CYEN) held a press briefing on their partnership with Solar Head of State (SHOS) – two non-profits getting together to promote renewable energy in the Caribbean. SHOS’ James Ellsmoor was in Jamaica recently, and as noted below, there are plans to install solar panels at the Office of the Prime Minister in January.
“Renewable energy is an inevitability for the Caribbean, and the question is not if, but when.”
Here is the SHOS press release, followed by profiles of the CYEN delegates at COP23 – a great introduction to the energy…
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