Puerto Rico is utilizing agroecology to combat the effects of climate change
With the territory’s temperature warming and water levels rising, Puerto Rico is facing a significant threat from climate change. Agroecology, however, might be one solution to protecting the region’s agriculture.
Bishop John Quinn Weitzel dies after leading the Diocese of Samoa Pago Pago for 29 years
Bishop John Quinn Weitzel, 94, who led the Diocese of Samoa Pago Pago for 29 years, passed away on December 30, 2022. There will be a short service to honor him in New York, and then he will be buried in Chicago.
US Virgin Islands Senate sends over 20 bills in one day to the governor
There was no time to rest for the US Virgin Islands senate on Thursday as they managed to pass 20 bills quickly. These articles of legislation range from laws against noise pollution to covering issues of education.
Warships from China sail near Guam as a warning to the US
As a warning to the Biden administration, China sailed three aircraft carriers near Guam to show its strength over Taiwan.