The hurricanes in the Caribbean became more frequent and their force varied noticeably around the same time that classical Mayan culture in Central America suffered its final demise: We can gain these and other insights by looking at the climate archive created under the leadership of geoscientists from Goethe University and now presented in an article in Nature journal’s Scientific Reports on 16 July.
English Situation Report on Honduras and 10 other countries about Food and Nutrition, Health, Epidemic, Flood and more; published on 09 Nov 2020 by OCHA Source
Dr Mark Bynoe has been terminated as Head of the Department of Energy. Vice President Dr Bharrat Jagdeo had told reporters last week that Dr Bynoe will likely be removed because his qualifications … Source
The US-based National Hurricane Centre has increased the odds to over 50% for a possible tropical depression or hurricane to develop in the Caribbean within the next 5 days. It says Jamaicans should stay alert. The next possible name for a storm is Theta. If it were to form into the season’s 29th named storm,…
Following its October 29 meeting, the Sugar Association of the Caribbean (SAC) is expressing concerns about continued undermining of the CARICOM Single Market and Economy (CSME) for sugar. According to the SAC, despite the Council for Trade and… Source