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Cayman’s First Climate Fair: Inspiring Awareness and Action Among Youth

The National Trust for the Cayman Islands proudly announces the Cayman Climate Fair, a pioneering event designed to educate and empower the youth of our nation about the critical issue of climate change.

20 May, 2024

National Trust hosts intimate screening of “Saving the Blues”

Members of the National Trust hosted an intimate screening this week of ‘Saving the Blues’ a film produced by the Cayman Islands Government Office in the UK, and which first aired during London Climate Action Week 2023.

15 May, 2024

Renowned biologist Ian Redmond to visit the Cayman Islands

The National Trust for the Cayman Islands is hosting renowned wildlife biologist and conservationist Ian Redmond for a series of events and talks in the Cayman Islands next week.

08 May, 2024

Lady Pop Heralds the Start of Blue Iguana Nesting Season

“Lady Pop”, a 33-year-old Caymanian Blue Iguana, has begun excavations for her nest, heralding the start of the nesting season.

06 May, 2024

National Trust for the Cayman Islands raises US$250,000 for Land Reserve Fund

A private event has raised US$250,000 for The National Trust for the Cayman Islands Land Reserve Fund, its largest contribution to date.

04 Apr, 2024

National policy needed to save Seven Mile Beach

The national treasure that is Seven Mile Beach is diminishing before our eyes, with beach erosion at the southern end a quickly growing threat to its very existence.

04 Apr, 2024

EIA not holding up new road

At a sitting of the National Conservation Council meeting which took place on Wednesday, Department of Environment Director Gina Ebanks-Petrie said that, contrary to what was being said in some corners of the island, the Environmental Impact Assessment was not holding up the progress

03 Apr, 2024

Beacon Farms partners with IWC and Foster’s to recycle compostable waste

Beacon Farms is partnering with Island Waste Carriers (IWC) and Foster’s supermarkets to recycle green and brown waste into compost.

11 Mar, 2024

Storm highlights need for changes in setbacks

Having endured one of the strongest Nor’westers the islands have seen in a good few many years, some coastal properties around Grand Cayman have suffered considerable damage, so it is time for a complete rethink as to how setbacks are arrived at, according to the Department of Environment.

14 Feb, 2024

Invasive reptile spotted in Grand Cayman

On Thursday 25th January, a Red-headed Rock Agama (Agama agama) - a small reptile originally from Africa which has become common in south Florida - was found in Grand Cayman for the first time.

31 Jan, 2024
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