Viewfinder: Celebrating in the West Indian Day Parade in New York City
Costumed dancers participate in the annual West Indian Day Parade on September 3rd, 2018, in Brooklyn. The parade is one of the biggest celebrations of Caribbean culture in North America.
The First Hurricane of the 2018 Season Is Headed for the Caribbean
Hurricane Beryl, currently a Category 1 storm with top wind speeds of 80 miles per hour, is expected to make landfall by late Sunday night.
Why Renewable Energy Is Essential for the Caribbean
Caribbean countries must transform their energy systems by creating new, greener sources of power.
Another Devastatingly Strong Hurricane Is Tearing Across the Caribbean
While the hurricane's strength is likely to fluctuate, Maria is expected to pummel Puerto Rico as a Category 4 or 5 storm—the first storm of that strength to hit the island in 85 years.
Could an Invasive Species Save Caribbean Coral Reefs?
Coral ecosystems around the globe are collapsing thanks in large part to human activities. How far should we go to save them?