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September 30th, 2010
Barbados has potential to save millions of dollars with sustainable energy frameworkThe Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) says Barbados has the potential to generate enough alternative energy to save close to US$300 million over the next two decades. And to help the country, the financial institution has provided a US$45 million loan to assist in creating a sustainable energy framework.

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September 29th, 2010
Barbados Strives for Green EconomyThe ultimate goal of Barbados is to craft a green economy as a tool to achieve sustainable development in the island country, Maxine McClean, minister of foreign affairs of Barbados, said here on Tuesday.

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September 23rd, 2010
Caribbean Sea to be designated Special AreaThe Caribbean Sea will from May 1 next year be designated a “Special Area” under provisions of the International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships (MARPOL), a senior Barbados government minister has said.

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September 23rd, 2010
Barbados’ Opposition Leader Invited to Address Chamber of CommerceLeader of the Opposition of Barbados — The Hon. Mia Amor Mottley, Q.C., M.P., has accepted an invitation from the Chamber of Commerce and Industry to deliver the Feature Address at the Chamber’s Luncheon next Wednesday, September 29th 2010 at Hilton Barbados, Needham’s Point, St. Michael.

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September 17th, 2010
Barbados Prime Minister David Thompson is battling pancreatic cancerBarbados Prime Minister David Thompson is battling pancreatic cancer. But he is in good spirits and is due to return home next week.

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September 17th, 2010
Barbados to boost renewable energy use, reduce fossil fuel dependence with IDB helpBarbados will boost its use of renewable energy sources and reduce its reliance on fossil fuels with assistance from a US$45 million loan from the Inter-American Development Bank.

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