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Global Warming: Severe Consequences For Africa

Global Warming: Severe Consequences For Africa

By Dan Shepard Guest Writer Record global greenhouse gas emissions are putting the world on a path toward unacceptable warming, with serious implications for development prospects in Africa. “Limiting warming to 1.5° C is possible within the laws of chemistry ...

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CARICOM’s Year Of Destiny Has Arrived

CARICOM’s Year Of Destiny Has Arrived

By David Comissiong* Guest Writer BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, January 10, 2019 (CMC) – I cannot speak for the rest of the Caribbean Community, but I can confidently assert that the people of Barbados, after some 52 years of national independence, are ...

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Are Supermarket Self-Check-Outs Encouraging Shoppers To Steal?

Are Supermarket Self-Check-Outs Encouraging Shoppers To Steal?

By Yvonne Sam Social and Political Commentator While self-service technology may provide convenience and speed, it also converts law-abiding shoppers into petty thieves, by offering them ready-made excuses to take merchandise without paying. An ugly truth conceals itself behind the ...

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Tears And Fears As Guyana Government Falls

Tears And Fears As Guyana Government Falls

By Yvonne Sam Social and Political Commentator My country ‘tis of thee I don’t like what I see and hear — that the end of the present A Partnership for National Unity (APNU)/Alliance For Change (AFC) government draws near. In ...

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Youths As The Leaders Of Tomorrow; Why Not Of Today?

Youths As The Leaders Of Tomorrow; Why Not Of Today?

By Yvonne Sam Social and Political Commentator We are frequently bombarded, from all angles of society, with the axiom that the youths of today are the leaders of tomorrow. Many of our politicians have also adopted the phrase, although it ...

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