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Blue Belt workshop planned to strengthen marine conservation

An upcoming workshop will explore opportunities for expanding deep-sea marine conservation efforts in the Cayman Islands with support from the United Kingdom (UK) Government’s flagship Blue Belt programme.

11 Sep, 2023

Visitors save stranded turtle

A stranded turtle has been saved thanks to the assistance of a family who were visiting Grand Cayman, the Department of Environment reported recently.

28 Aug, 2023

National Conservation Council membership confirmed

The Ministry of Sustainability & Climate Resiliency is pleased to announce the membership of the National Conservation Council for the 2023-2025 term.

22 Aug, 2023

Sustainability Takes Centre Stage at Department of Children and Family Services’ International Youth Day Event in Cayman Brac

The Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS) was thrilled to participate in this years International Youth Day with a special event they organized in Cayman Brac on August 8.

14 Aug, 2023

Ministry Moving Energy Efficiency Programmes Forward

The Ministry of Sustainability & Climate Resiliency is progressing important projects to improve energy efficiency and facilitate retrofits to public sector buildings and National Housing Development Trust (NHDT) homes.

07 Aug, 2023

The Grand Cayman Bullfinch: local bird now awarded full endemic species status

Introducing Melopyrrha taylori the Grand Cayman Bullfinch, an exciting addition to the Cayman Islands’ bird list, an endemic, and one of only two species in this monotypic West Indian genus.

31 Jul, 2023

King’s Coronation and Birthday Tree Planting

16 trees were planted by students and Protect Our Future at CIS on their campus this week.

19 Jun, 2023

Sargassum not a clinical concern

Even though there have been recent media articles on the formation of a flesh-eating bacteria contained within the Sargassum seaweed currently found in the oceans, the current swathe of Sargassam that has washed up on Cayman’s shores is not a cause for clinical concern, according to the Chief Medica

13 Jun, 2023

MRCU Expects “Significant Increase” in Mosquito Numbers in Coming Days

The Mosquito Research & Control Unit (MRCU) would like to advise the public that it expects a significant increase in mosquito numbers by the end of this week.

08 Jun, 2023

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
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