The Gleaner: Diana McCaulay, CEO of Jamaica Environment Trust (JET), has declared climate change “a justice issue” which presents an existential threat to the Caribbean. McCaulay was making her presentation last week during the 13th Annual CIN (Caribbean International Network) Lecture Series at the Schomburg Center in New York. Addressing the theme ‘The State of the Rock’, she pointed to the overwhelming issues facing the Jamaican environment and the wider Caribbean – including sewage, solid waste, beach and coral reefs erosion and climate change – and stressed that the diaspora should let their voices be heard when it comes to preserving the region’s natural assets. See more from the Jamaican Gleaner: