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Tecla Fontenard

Communications Specialist

St. Lucia

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Organization of Eastern Caribbean States


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Testimony By Tecla Fontenard, Saint Lucia
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Further information contact: Tecla Fontenard - tfontenard@oecs.org (758) 455-6366/6369


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"The series is expected to generate increased curiosity on climate change and specifically, provide tips on how the public can make individual choices that will help them better cope with climate change related issues," says OECS Climate Change Communications Specialist Tecla Fontenard
The launch ceremony will take place at "Our Planet" a state of the art cinema theatre in downtown Castries and the agenda will include the preview screening of selected episodes in the series, and performances on climate change related issues. An estimated 60 guests are expected to attend the ceremony, representing local, national, regional and international agencies involved in environmental conservation and climate change related work in the OECS region. Fontenard said the first time TV series initiative, produced by the OECS Secretariat features climate change impacts and solutions, "with an emphasis on issues related the water, tourism and agricultural sectors, as well as highlights on vulnerabilities to coastal areas, and increased exposure to natural disasters, such as hurricanes."


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"With rising oil prices on the international market, governments of the OECS have been forced to pay increases for imports, (particularly for fuel-related products), and this has resulted in consumer price inflation, increased production costs for some companies, and negative impacts on competitiveness," said Tecla Fontenard, the Communications Specialist, Climate Change.
As part of SETA, the OECS Secretariat has awarded a contract to a consulting firm to begin work this month on developing an OECS Regional Energy Efficiency Strategy (OECS-REES) and Action Plan, complimented by National Strategies and Action Plans. Fontenard said that the developed OECS-REES and National Strategies would incorporate, among other things, all aspects of efficiency improvements of the energy utilization sectors, including elements related to transportation and potable water. The plans will also identify interventions to be implemented for each energy utilisation sector in OECS member countries. "In the development of the Regional Energy Efficiency Strategy, the consultant is expected to examine current approaches being used to develop national renewable energy resources, and will make recommendations for regional approaches to improving energy efficiency across all sectors of OECS member countries," she said. "This may include the possibility for common approaches in such areas as procurement of fossil fuels, regulation of electric utilities, a regime for carbon trading, and the establishment of a cross island interconnecting grid," Fontenard added.


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