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Gov't losing billions
Jan 20, 2013Jamaica Observer
- Jamaica delays action on Specially Protected Areas and Wildlife Protocol to its detriment
Private sector said key to successful fight against coastal, marine pollution
Jan 13, 2013
- Dominican Republic exemplifies environmental stewardship at the 1st COP to the Protocol concerning pollution from Land Based Activities (LBS Protocol)
Marine mammals still a priority under UN Lifeweb project
Dec 23, 2012Jamaica Observer
- The protection of marine mammals remain a priority for the United Nations Caribbean Environment Programme.
New website puts spotlight on blue carbon
Dec 19, 2012
- New UNEP "Blue Carbon Portal" highlights the value of marine ecosystems.
School Technology Club Wins $500 in Anguilla - UNEP-CEP Collage Competition
Sep 30, 2011
Barbados Students Awarded Bronze
Sep 30, 2011Website
US$1,000 prize for LBS Protocol Collage Competition
Jun 20, 2011Jamaica Observer
- STUDENTS from across the Caribbean have a chance to win up to US$1,000 in the LBS Protocol Collage Competition put on by the United Nations Environment Programme/Caribbean Environment Programme (UNEP/CEP).
Call to protect marine resources
Jun 12, 2011Jamaica Gleaner
- Regional states need to recognise the value of marine resources and move decisively to protect them, especially since our actions today could ultimately affect our long-term collective economic future.
UNEP's Tess Cieux on Jamaica's Green Economic Potential
May 25, 2011Your Money e-Zine
- UNEP CAR/RCU Programme Officer, Tess Cieux, speaks on the importance of a Green Economy in Jamaica.
From Kigali to Haiti - People around the planet gear up for World Environment Day
May 26, 2010United Nations Environment Programme
- Kigali/Nairobi/Worldwide, 26 May 2010 -From Hollywood stars to schoolchildren, millions of people on every continent will take action for the planet on 5 June for World Environment Day.