Prime Minister of Grenada Dickon Mitchell says all stakeholders must work together to address the water challenges facing the Caribbean region brought about by climate change and extreme events.
Mitchell delivered the keynote address virtually at the Opening Ceremony of the Caribbean Science Symposium on Water which began today under the theme, “Conservation and Innovation: Changing the Regional Water Paradigm.”
The prime minister says as a region, and as it relates to the impacts of climate change, the reliability of water supplies is becoming an increasing issue.
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Water is the most important resource for life. No water, no life. If is of utmost significance that we conserve this natural commodity. Not even one drop should be wasted. When we conserve water, we preserve life.
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