THE BAHAMAS IN PARIS (WHY?)
best viagra for sale times;”>The Prime Minister Perry Christie addressed the Conference of Parties on Climate Change on 30th November. You can click here for the Prime Minister’s address. You can also click here for his address the next day to the Conference of Small Island Developing States called at the COP 21 Conference in Paris. The theme is this: if there is not a substantial shift in the policies of the world on carbon output into the world’s atmosphere, remedy the weather will deteriorate to such an extent that drought, no rx famine and floods will be the order of the say. There will also be more importantly for The Bahamas a sea level rise which will by the year 2050 wipe out half the country as we know it and by 2100, the entire country. Some are suggesting that The Bahamas ought to start looking now to migrate its entire population to the United States to protect against that eventuality. The photos are by Peter Ramsay of the Bahamas Information Services.
Prime Minister Perry Christie of The Bahamas and Prime Minister Freundel Stuart of Barbados at the Small Island Developing States Breakfast in Paris on 1 December.
The Ministerial team in Paris for the Climate Change Summit from left Fred Mitchell, Foreign Minister, the Prime Minister Perry Christie, the Tourism Minister Obie Wilchcombe, the Environment Minister Ken Dorsett and the Minister for Grand Bahama Michael Darville
The Prime Minister addressing the Small Island Developing States breakfast on1st December in Paris.
Prime Minister Perry Christie greets the President of Nigeria Muhammadu Buhari at the Paris Conference on Climate Change on 30 November.
Speaking to a dinner in Malta hosted by the Prime Minister, the Foreign Minister Fred Mitchell on his feet with Minister Hope Strachan and the Prime Minister. Dr. Marcellus Taylor of the Ministry of Education is at far left and Dawne Bethel, the wife of the High Commissioner to London is at far right.
A briefing from Dr. Maracellus Taylor to the Minister of Foreign Affairs on 29 November in Malta.
Prime Minister Perry Christie with the new Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau at the Climate Change Conference in Paris on 30th November.