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Mangrove forests in worldwide decline

Mangrove forests in worldwide decline08 April 2010More than one in six mangrove species worldwide are in danger of extinction due to coastal development and other factors, including climate change, logging and agriculture, according to the first-ever global assessment on the conservation status of mangroves for the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species™.As a result, 11 […]

Threats of Climate Change not Gender-Neutral

Gender and Climate Change The Threats of Climate Change are not Gender-Neutral. The threat of climate change, manifested in the increase of extreme weather conditions such as, droughts, storms or floods, has been recognized as a global priority issue. Climate change is a sustainable development challenge, with broad impacts not only on the environment but […]

Blogging NRWP Style

On Saturday, 24 April, 2010 the Network of Rural Women Producers hosted a one-day training seminar on the development and maintenance of its Blog. The Seminar, which took place at IICA’s Offices in St. Augustine, was facilitated by Ms. Kathryn Duncan of IICA. Attendees included Ms. Gia Gaspard-Taylor, President, NRWP, Ms. Khaysha Cassie, Ms. Dennise Riley-Mitchell and […]