January 2016

What Does the Paris Agreement Hold for Latin America? Challenges and Opportunities

Wednesday, January 27, 2016

It is undeniable that this agreement is vital for the planet. The agreement lays the foundations to create more resilient communities and economies and helps mobilize new investment in key sectors such as clean energy, which in turn will help mitigate climate change and bring important local benefits. While the region accounts for only 10 […]

ECPA Enables the Use of More Efficient Appliances in Belize

Wednesday, January 27, 2016

The consultation meeting was hosted by the Ministry of Energy and the Public Service, along with representatives from McGeown Associates, Collaborative Labelling and Appliance Standards Incorporated (CLASP), and the OAS. From a citizen/consumer perspective, contributing to this issue means getting rid of old incandescent lights and appliances which use electricity inefficiently. Moreover, an important aspect […]

Second Edition of the Sustainable Cities Course Successfully Held in Trinidad and Tobago

Wednesday, January 27, 2016

This course aimed to provide theoretical and practical knowledge on the different elements that contribute to the development of sustainable cities to government officials and members of civil society involved in planning processes and urban development. This activity specifically focused on: providing state of the art knowledge on the set of systems involved in the […]

For a greener 2016

Wednesday, January 27, 2016

ECPA wants to share some resolutions that will help you engage in greener actions for your family, your community and the planet. We invite you to put into practice these simple habits throughout the year, and why not, for longer? Resolution # 1: Save Energy Energy savings at home, school and office can start with […]