Tag archive for ‘Dutch Caribbean’
Report Small Island Big Challenges Cover
By The Publisher On Thursday, June 4th, 2020

Report describes St. Maarten’s “silent crisis”

PHILIPSBURG – The Economic Bureau Amsterdam produced at the request of the Dutch parliament a report about performance, opportunities and solutions for the Caribbean part of the Kingdom, entitled Small Islands, More...

coral - Stony Coral Tissue Loss Disease Management Update for the Dutch Caribbean
By Online Editor On Monday, November 18th, 2019

Stony Coral Tissue Loss Disease management update

Since 2014, a new coral disease has been spreading through the reefs of the Caribbean. Known as Stony Coral Tissue Loss Disease (SCTLD), this disease appears to be fast-spreading and extremely lethal to the corals More...

Participants Junior Rangers Exchange program - nature - DCNA
By Online Editor On Sunday, November 3rd, 2019

DCNA convention 2019: Youth participation, nature management and science organizations united at a lively gathering in Bonaire

Kralendijk – The DCNA convention on Bonaire was recently the backdrop for the start of a new phase of international nature management in the Dutch Caribbean, with a special focus on the future. The recently More...

A degraded Dutch Caribbean coral reef - Erik Meesters (WUR)
By Online Editor On Friday, October 18th, 2019

Kingdom Report Sounds Alarm on Biodiversity Conservation in the Dutch Caribbean

The Kingdom of the Netherlands highlights that of the twenty targets which were set for 2020 only four are on the track of being achieved on time. These results stress the immediate need for action by conservation More...

Sint Maarten, Phillipsburg, 8-12-2017
Carmen Guillen staat tussen de resten van wat eens haar keurige huis was, orkaan "Irma" heeft het tot een hoopje puin vermalen
FOTO : Guus Dubbelman / de Volkskrant
By The Publisher On Friday, February 9th, 2018

Work together and develop an equal Kingdom

By Dr. Francio Guadeloupe, Jordi Halfman and Nicole Sanches When your house is on fire you do not fight about who is to blame or how the fire may have started. Before you do anything else, you try to minimize the More...

Council of Police Chief Dutch Caribbean
By The Publisher On Wednesday, November 15th, 2017

Council of Police Chiefs meet on Sint Maarten

PHILIPSBURG — On Tuesday November 14th the Police Chiefs of Curacao, Caribisch Nederland, Sint Maarten and the Acting Chief of police of the Netherlands met with the Honorable Minister of Justice Rafael Boasman More...

By Online Editor On Thursday, January 26th, 2017

The fault of the Dutch

An attempt by Aruban attorneys Lincoln Gomez and Andin Bikker to get voting rights in Dutch parliamentary elections for Dutch citizens living in the Caribbean countries Aruba, Curacao and St. Maarten has failed More...