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Monday, December 18, 2017
BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, Apr 18 2017 (IPS) - With numerous challenges brought on by climate change, Caribbean countries are facing a dilemma. In Jamaica for example, the agriculture and water sectors are under increasing threat.
The region’s premier financial institution, the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB), has been partnering with countries in the climate change fight. The bank’s President, Dr. Warren Smith, said they are giving high priority to redressing the fallout from climate change.
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