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UN official urges region to adopt environmental laws

Justice Winston Anderson, one of the founding members of the International Advisory Council to the United Nations, believes the Escazu agreement can help to significantly strengthen the mechanisms for Caribbean governments to participate in environmental governance.

At a lecture held at the University of the West Indies, St Augustine, on January 23, Anderson explained the ways in which the agreement could strengthen environmental law in the Caribbean and joined the Caribbean Natural Resources Institute, the Cropper Foundation, EquiGov Institute and Environment Tobago in urging Caribbean governments to join in signing the agreement.

Read the full Newsday article here: Adopt Environmental Laws

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