Barbados is listed as one of the countries that were successful in the green economy study.
Coral found in Scott Reef,Australia regenerates after period of isolation.
Fisheries managers were trained to deal with the impacts of climate change at workshop in St.Lucia.
In Bahamas, April is designated Coastal Awareness Month to raise awareness about the importance of marine biodiversity.
Suriname will receive almost 4 million dollars to participate in the UN REDD initiatives.
The U.S Environmental Protection Agency describes a sobering 55% of American rivers as in poor condition due to nutrient pollution and land development.
Nevis moves to market itself as an island for small luxury cruise ships.
Environmental issues in Latin America are highlighted.
Fishermen and environmentalists come together to protect bluefin tuna.
Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre and German company collaborate on programme to reduce climate change risks for the Caribbean's coastal population
Fish Aggregating Devices which are tools used to facilitate sustainable fishing were discussed at a workshop in Dominica recently.
Article illustrates the link between increasing carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere and asthma attacks.
Fishing of large pelagic fish is discussed in Dominica
Volunteers get together to clean up the San Juan Estuary.
Toxic algal bloom gets more toxic for survival.
Cuba to produce climate friendly 'ecological cement' in April
Following CITES meeting there will be greater protection for five species of sharks.
A description of UNEP CEP's participation at these events.