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7 June 2014
On 7 June 2014 Inter Press Service reported:
Many small island nations are embracing renewable energy and trying to green their economies. Although the least responsible for carbon emissions, small countries like Barbados are on the front lines of climate impacts. For Barbados, World Environment Day with its theme 'Raise Your Voice Not the Sea Level' was not just a ceremonial action but part of a commitment to become 'the most advanced green economy in the Latin American and Caribbean region,' said Barbados Prime Minister Freundel Stuart. Barbados is going beyond renewable energy and has put policies into place intended to 'green' its entire economy. It has already completed a three-year study called the Green Economy Scoping Study to determine what needs to be done. 'Barbados is one of the world leaders in greening their economies,' said Achim Steiner, executive director of the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP).
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