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Environmental groups protest EWA green light

Both The National Trust for the Cayman Islands and Protect Our Future Cayman believe Cayman is making a huge mistake in continuing with the construction of the East-West Arterial Road without a proper Environmental Impact Study.

08 May, 2023

Beautification Task Force Supports Earth Day Initiative

The Ministry of Tourism & Ports in conjunction with the Beautification Task Force (BTF), offered support to the annual Earth Day Clean Up organised by the Chamber of Commerce on Saturday (22nd April).

04 May, 2023

UK backs Little Cayman for UNESCO protection

The UK government has just published a list of seven sites in the UK and its Overseas Territories which it would like to have considered for UNESCO World Heritage status, and Little Cayman’s Marine Parks and Protected Areas are included in the seven sites.

10 Apr, 2023


As plans for extending the East-West Arterial(EWA) continue to be the topic of much public debate, the campaign group Amplify Cayman is proposing an alternative to the route being considered by the government.

09 Mar, 2023 1 Comments

Record breaking turtle nesting season

Cayman’s nesting season for its turtle populations appears to be ever-growing, in terms of numbers of nests and also for the amount of time environmentalists are seeing turtles nesting.

03 Mar, 2023


The lobby group Amplify Cayman has called on the PACT government to rethink its plans for the East-West Arterial Extension.

14 Feb, 2023


New regulations to protect Cayman’s native animal, bird and plant species have been accompanied by heated debate over the penalties.

09 Feb, 2023

Major EU Grant Announced for Coastal Lagoon Education Project

The Mangrove Education Project is pleased to announce a grant of Euros $295,000 from the European Union, Expertise France and Resembid to complete its new curriculum of the Cayman Islands Coastal Education Guide (CEG) commenced just prior to Covid and developed and piloted during the past year.

02 Jan, 2023

CCMI Scientists Dive Deep to Study Coral Adaptation

CCMI’s researchers and partners from the University of Haifa, Israel, are using specialized equipment and new methods which they have developed to study how corals can adapt to climate change.

27 Dec, 2022

Climate change a big worry for people

According to the results of a recent survey undertaken by the Ministry of Sustainability & Climate Resiliency, most people in Cayman consider climate change ‘very’ or ‘extremely important’ to them personally, and are ‘very’ or ‘extremely concerned’ that climate change will impact them in their lifet

24 Aug, 2022
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