Almost a year after her rip-roaring speech to the international community at COP26 in Glasgow on the need for more climate-financing to protect vulnerable states like those in the Caribbean, Barbados’ Prime Minister Mia Mottley was in the global spotlight once again on Wednesday…
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SUBSCRIBER CONTENT In December 2020, 18º North requested a batch of items under Jamaica’s Access to Information Act (ATI). The requests were made as 18º…
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