Advocacy, Marine Sciences, Science, sustainability

What You Need to Know About Deep-Sea Mining 

By: Dahvia Hylton and Jhada Haughton If you haven’t recently heard the term ‘deep-sea mining’, it’s likely that will change in the coming months. From the 18th of July to the 29th, some very important meetings will be held in Jamaica surrounding this very topic. Last year, a little-known legal provision called the ‘two-year rule'… Continue reading What You Need to Know About Deep-Sea Mining 

Advocacy, climate change

Healthy Air, Healthy Planet

A Statement by Senator Sophia Frazer Binns, Shadow Minister of Land, Environment and Climate Change to Mark the International day of Clean Air 2021 As the nation marks “International Day of Clean Air” 2021 under the theme “Healthy Air, Healthy Planet”, we must reflect on the state of our air. One of our most precious… Continue reading Healthy Air, Healthy Planet

Advocacy, Restoration, sustainability

Treading Lightly : Recognizing The Importance of Our Mangroves Before Its Too Late

Written By : Damario Patterson / Content Writer “Mangroves are magical forests where we discover nature’s secrets. They straddle the connection between land and sea and nature and humans''. This how Anne Birch, Marine Conservation Manager at The Nature Conservancy in Florida describes mangroves and their importance to the survival of animals – both aquatic… Continue reading Treading Lightly : Recognizing The Importance of Our Mangroves Before Its Too Late