Minister Roban’s Trip To Trinidad Cost $0.00

January 3, 2023

A trip in November 2022 by Minister of Home Affairs Walter Roban to Trinidad and Tobago for the Caribbean ESG and Climate Financing Summit cost $0, according to a recent listing on the Government’s travel webpage, with the listing noting that the organisers of the summit covered the costs.

The trip duration was listed as from November 29, 2022 – November 30, 2022, and the web page listing said, “The Minister of Home Affairs, the Hon. Walter H. Roban, JP, MP was invited by New Energy Events to speak at the 2nd Caribbean ESG and Climate Financing Summit held on the 29 and 30 November 2022.

“The event originally launched in 2021, brought together corporate, government and finance leaders. It was an opportunity for Minister Roban to share his initiatives in this area.

“Minister Roban participated in live panel discussions, an invitation only workshop, interviews and presentations. He highlighted the challenges in the Caribbean region, including the need for those in the Caribbean to work together to advance climate change and implement appropriate policies to address rising sea levels.

Minister Roban stated that, “As an Island, Bermuda must stand alongside our sister nations in the Caribbean and work together to address the challenges of climate change. We will bear the brunt of rising seawater and other challenges it brings. This summit was an excellent opportunity to reinforce that message and share what Bermuda is doing around our Blue Economy Strategy and maritime environment.”

“The organisers of the summit covered the cost of travel, accommodation and meals for Minister Roban.”


  • Air Travel: $0.00
  • Ground Transportation: $0.00
  • Accommodation: $0.00
  • Meals: $0.00
  • Miscellaneous: $0.00
  • Total costs: $0.00

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  1. comfortably numb says:

    Ironic how they can publish trip expenses covered by hosts but not all the other trips we are still waiting to hear the cost of to the tax payer. Any sign of those light bulbs yet?

  2. dunn juice says:

    The bulbs have finally paid off!