SANTIAGO, Chile – The Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) says the region has all the right conditions to become a renewable energy hub with great potential in green hydrogen.
GEORGETOWN, Guyana – Military troops and officials from several countries including The Bahamas, Belize, Bermuda, Brazil, Canada, the Dominican Republic, France, Haiti and Jamaica, Monday begin a two-week military exercise here that military officials here said will also assist Guyana’s capacity to respond to natural disaster and other threats.
PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad – Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley Monday said Caribbean Community (CARICOM) countries have an opportunity to increase the penetration of natural gas within the Caribbean, which will aid in providing a clean, secure supply of energy to regional countries as they transition away from sources such as coal and heavy fuel oil.
(Black PR Wire) Atlanta, Georgia - Brown Girls Do Gymnastics (BGDG) is an important narrative that has been championing a space for Black and brown girls who compete and introduce them to the world of gymnastics. Recognizing a culture of racism and isolation, Founder Derrin Moore founded BGDG in 2015 and the Inaugural BGDG Conference in 2017. The event attracted young brown and Black gymnasts from across the county. This year BGDG will celebrate its 5th year at Grambling State University, collaborating with The Doug Williams Center (DWC), Ruston Lincoln Convention, and Visitors Bureau from July 23, 2021, through July 25, 2021. The collaborative event will include an array of workshop series, tours, and exhibitions to promote diversity and awareness for young girls and women interested in gymnastics. Registration for the Brown Girls Do Gymnastics Conference is available online at http://www.browngirlsdogymnastics.com.