Millions of dollars will be disbursed to conservation bodies for turtle conservation in Trinidad.
Article highlights shoreline restoration projects in Barbados.
Efforts to develop the agenda after the ending of the Millenium Development goals are highlighted.
NOAA research funding shows that identifying spawning areas of reef fish like groupers may prevent overfishing and help to restore depleted fish stocks.
Fisheries ministers meet to discuss issues relating to the harvesting of the Eastern Caribbean Flyingfish.
The Global Ocean Commission will meet to work on the sustainable use of the ocean's resources and aim to inform the first laws protecting ocean biodiversity
A recently published paper on the role of ecosystem services in climate change and disaster risk reduction.
Last month, the Ministry of Water, Land, Environment and Climate Change unveiled an advertising campaign which seeks to draw national attention
Haitian boat sunk in the harbour of Inagua, Bahamas spilling over 200 gallons of oil and diesel into the waters.
Dwindling shark populations as a result of over harvesting for their parts is highlighted.
Live sharks are crucial to the economy and the marine environment of St.Maarten.
Coral reef restoration projects across the Caribbean are highlighted.
Regional consultation to begin organising small-scale fisheries.
Regional scientists to begin studying the impacts of climate change on coral reefs.