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CANARI Press Release - World Environment Day Escazú Campaign

Port of Spain, June 5, 2021 The Caribbean Natural Resources Institute (CANARI) has launched an online interactive story map about a collective advocacy campaign conducted by civil society organisations. This campaign took place over 2020-2021 and called on Caribbean governments to join and implement the Regional Agreement on Access to Information, Public Participation and Justice in Environmental Matters in Latin America and the Caribbean (referred to as the Escazú Agreement).

This ground-breaking new regional treaty came into force on Earth Day, April 22, 2021. It recognises that the right to a healthy environment is a human right. It strengthens mechanisms for governance of the environment to support the lives and livelihoods of Caribbean people. Four Caribbean countries have already signed – Antigua and Barbuda, Guyana, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, St. Kitts and Nevis and Saint Lucia. Other Governments are yet to join.

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Prequalification Notice - PSEPA Coastal Stabilisation Study

Press Release - Review of Archaeological investigation of the Cabot Development

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Climate Change in Saint Lucia: let’s make it our D.R.A.M.A - Teaser Video

The Department of Sustainable Development, in collaboration with UNICEF and ACID Kreationz, has created a stimulating 4- minute video entitled: Climate Change in Saint Lucia: let’s make it our D.R.A.M.A.

The animated video is intended to be used in schools, summer camps, among youth groups and otherwise, to introduce students to, and help galvanize action on, climate change, while sharing information on the Government’s plans such as the Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC) and the National Adaptation Plan (NAP).

Please follow link below to view the 60 second teaser video, highlighting key messages.

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Walcott House Virtual Tour

Tribute to Augustin Paul

Offshore Islands Update

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Notice - Terms of Reference for Socio Economic Analyst

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We want to bring the Pigeon Island Interpretation Centre back! Access to your own history is a right, so help us make it available to you by supporting our Interpretation Centre Fundraising Campaign. Our history is important and it deserves a dignified place to be showcased! All donations count, no matter how big or small they are.

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Current Practices and Challenges in Built Heritage Conservation

Trail Maintenance at Maria Island

On October 2nd the SLNT Team cleared the trails at Maria Major. Even when using weed eaters or raking we have to remain extremely vigilant at this Nature Reserve. On the day in question, thanks to the very watchful eyes of our Grounds and Maintenance Officers, Alexander Paul and Elijah Joseph, we spotted scaly nape pigeon hatchlings and eggs in two nests on the ground. With the weed eater being used in the extremely tall grass along the trail, that was great spotting by Alexander. We used the freshly cut grass to create a perfect buffer around the nest further protecting the chicks. Elijah on the other hand spotted two eggs in an area where the prickly cactus was being trimmed. Along the way up the trail we spotted two male whiptails/“big blue” as we call them on our biosecurity checks on the islands; it was a heavily overcast day so many of the reptiles were not out to bask.

Press Release - Concerns about the Cabot Development

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SLNT Staff Receive Training as EbA Project Ambassadors

Saint Lucia Strengthens its Enabling Environment for Ecosystem-based Adaptation (EbA)

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Second Meeting of the Signatory Countries to the Escazú Agreement Held in December 2020

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The SLNT Commends Government on Ratifying the Escazú Agreement Ahead of 2nd Signatory Meeting

Read About Our First Virtual Annual General Meeting!

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SLNT Financial Statements as at March 31 2020

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Our Strategic Plan for 2020 - 2030


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