Inconvenient Truth: Droughts Shrink Hydropower, Pose Risk to Clean Energy Push – The St Kitts Nevis Observer


By Sharon Bernstein and Jake Spring, David Stanway SACRAMENTO, Calif./BRASILIA/SHANGHAI, Aug 13 (Reuters) – Severe droughts are drying up rivers and reservoirs vital for the production of zero-emissions hydropower in several countries around the globe, in some cases leading governments to rely more heavily on fossil fuels. The emerging problems with hydropower production in places […]
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Caribbean News - Wave Of Anti-Vaxxers Rise Up Across The Caribbean

While Caribbean countries grapple with a spike in new COVID-19 infections and governments beg for vaccine donations, anti-vaxxers and those long skeptical of vaccines are taking to the streets across several countries in the region in heated protests against any mandatory vaccination policies.