Prime Minister says government continues to put buffers in place to protect Jamaica from the impacts of climate change
The government continues to put buffers in place to protect Jamaica from the impacts of climate change.
Prime Minister Andrew Holness says his administration has integrated climate-based thinking into everything it does, as it recognizes the devastating impacts climate events could have on the economy.
He notes that Jamaica has protection in place for such shocks.
He noted that climate change is also being taken into account in the island’s developments.
He was speaking during an interview with Bloomberg’s Emerging Markets correspondent in New York, in the United States.