Trinidad and Tobago

Trinidad and Tobago

  Green Market Santa Cruz
Sunday 24 May, 9:30am - 11:30am, Green Market Santa Cruz, Upper Santa Cruz, Trinidad

The Green Market has invited the Field Naturalists Association of Trinidad and Tobago and the Director of the National Herbarium to a conversation and information session about indigenous plants and animals and their role in providing Eco-system services.

Celebrations will also include artists and children trying to visually represent biodiversity and the meaning of its loss .

  • For more information, and to read the full programme click here.

  San Antonio Green Market Santa Cruz

  San Antonio Green Market Santa Cruz

  CYEN-T&T Elements of Awareness: Biodiversity
Friday 22nd May 2015, 9am - 12noon, St. François Girls' College, Belemot, Trinidad and Tobago

The Caribbean Youth Environment Network Trinidad and Tobago Chapter will be conducting a presentation to students of the St. François Girls' College in Trinidad and Tobago in recognition of World Biodiversity Day. This presentation will seek to educate the young audience about the importance of biodiversity to our survival and encourage them to preserve and conserve biodiversity. We at CYEN believe that our young people need to be made aware of the conventions that Trinidad and Tobago is signed on to and the actions that need to be done to achieve sustainable development in our country. They are the future leaders.

  Caribbean Youth Environment Network Trinidad and Tobago Chapter

  The relevance of biological diversity
Guardian (Trinidad and Tobago), 25 May 2015 Humanity’s fate is tightly linked with biological diversity.