By Geasean Johnson The conversation in Jamaica on deep sea mining recently started and is taking place in the public sphere, no thanks to the government, whose duty it is to communicate these large-scale environmental decisions. It is true that the discussion has been taking place in other parts of the world for years, and… Continue reading Deep Sea Mining and the Question of Liability – Jamaica
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Why does Environmental Education Matter?
By: Toshaunaé Norris In sixth-form Biology, I learned about the importance of ecosystems, conservation, and maintaining biodiversity under the umbrella topic of "ecology." During these lessons, we discussed real-life environmental issues in our country, like conerns with mining in the Dry Harbour Mountains.This is an area that I had driven by frequently on my way… Continue reading Why does Environmental Education Matter?