Dominica's government plans to ban plastic and styrofoam food containers and utensils by 2019.
"To deny climate change ... is to deny a truth we have just lived."
The small Caribbean island nation took a direct hit.
“We’ve never seen such destruction," said Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit.
Puerto Rico is expecting a storm unlike anything else in "modern history," its governor said.
Such economic citizenship programmes, which are being run by several small island states in the region, have raised concerns that terrorists, criminals and other shady characters could buy Caribbean passports to evade justice, slip into Europe and North America through the back door, or squirrel away billions in stolen public money in tropical tax paradises.
Grand Bay to Delices. This hike, via Perdu Temps, is marked on the map but locals told me that multiple landslides caused
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This needs to stop. The government needs to disclose who gets Dominican passports. You cannot run a programme like that, where
Hundreds of homes were destroyed.
I'd headed to Dominica for its annual DiveFest: the country's festival of all things scuba, held each July. As you might expect on such a secluded island, its terrestrial and marine wildlife thrives in relatively untouched jungles and along sparingly fished, quiet coastlines.
Graceful turtles off Hawaii. Tiny sea critters on Caribbean coral. Dark holes in the earth where only the bravest and most competent adventurers should journey.
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