Environment

Climate change is a very big terror in Haiti and Haiti is not responsible, environment minister said

Joseph Jouthe - Haiti Environment Minister Haiti's Environment minister Joseph Jouthe made it clear at the 2019 United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change that Haiti suffers big time from climate change though she is not responsible for it. more »

Haitians simply refuse to loose the habit of cooking with "Chabon"

They are many Haitians in Haiti who buy a gas oven to cook with propane gas and yet they still use charcoal in the back yard kitchen to cook pretty much everything. What is up with that? more »

28 Haitians arrested in the Dominican Republic for cutting down trees in a National Park

PHOTO: Haitians arrested in the Domincian Republic Environment / Deforestation -- 28 undocumented Haitians were arrested in the Dominican Republic for "conuquismo", the practice of burning of forests in order to make charcoal. more »

Haiti is closer to losing its rich biodiversity than almost any other country in the world, expert says

Deforestation in Haiti - View of Haiti's deforested mountains near Los Cacaos, Plateau Central Haiti Read this... By the year 2035 more than half Haiti's species will be wiped out. Haiti is closer to losing its rich biodiversity than almost any other country in the world, says Temple University scientist Blair Hedges. more »

FLASH: Haiti - Another Earthquake happened in Gros Mornes late Tuesday Night, October 16

Earthquake in Haiti Another Earthquake just happened in Gros Mornes, Artibonite, Haiti late Tuesday Night 16 October 2018. Everyone is afraid, they left they homes and rand outside. more »

Haiti - An earthquake of magnitude 5.9 should NOT have causes so much damage, says geologist Claude Prepetit

Earthquake in Haiti - Haitian Flag - Collapsed University The recent earthquake that killed at least 17 people in northern Haiti should not have caused so much damage and death according to Haitian engineer and geologist Claude Prepetit. more »

The 1842 Haiti earthquake that destroyed Cap-Haitien, Port-de-Paix and Sans Souci Palace

PHOTO: Haiti - Ruins of Sans Soucis Palace in Milot Did you know? On May 7 1842, an 8.1 magnitude earthquake hit northern Haiti and destroyed the city of Cap-Haitien, Mole Saint Nicolas, Port-de-Paix along with King Henry Christophe's Palace of Sans Souci in Milot. more »

Latest Human Development Index released, HAITI, the only Caribbean nation at the BOTTOM of the list

Haiti's Ranking in the Human Development Indices and Indicators: 2018 Statistical Update The latest Human Development Index 2018 Statistical Update released recently reveals the quality of life in Haiti hasn't changed one bit in almost 30 years. more »

Trash Burning in Haiti, It's really bad for your health (VIDEO)

PHOTO: How Haitians get rid of trash, they burn it, plastic, styrofoam, whatever Most Haitians get rid of trash by burning it but... Did you know? There are some very serious health effects from burning trash, yet Haitians do it everyday not even thinking about the consequences. Read this... more »

My window with a garden view in Haiti vs garden view in the United States!

Window with a Garden View in Haiti, not just any garden LOL When it comes to real estate homes and apartment rental in the United States everything has a view, lake view, garden view, you name it. In Haiti I have more than a garden view, I can actually cook what's in the garden LOL... more »