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NCC General Meeting – 14 December

The National Conservation Council wishes to advise the public of the upcoming General Meeting Wednesday, 14 December, 2022 at 2pm. The public are invited to observe the live stream of the meeting via the “CaymanIslandsDoE” YouTube channel or the ‘DoECayman’ Facebook page. The complete Agenda with appendices is available for download at the NCC website.

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Seabird Consultation Deadline Extended & Community Meetings Planned

The public consultation period for the proposed Seabird Conservation Plan has been extended through 11 November! The proposed Seabird Conservation Plan is aimed at protecting the nesting habitats for six of Cayman’s most threatened native nesting seabirds. Visit conservation.ky/seabirds to learn more about the Conservation Plan and take the survey to let us know what

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The National Conservation Council (NCC) is seeking public commentary on a (draft) Species Conservation Plan to protect six species of native nesting seabirds across the Cayman Islands. Of the Brown Booby, Red-footed Booby, Magnificent Frigatebird (Man o’ War), White-tailed Tropicbird (Bo’sun bird), Least Tern and Bridled Tern, most populations in Cayman have experienced significant declines

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NCC General Meeting – 29 June 2022

The National Conservation Council wishes to advise the public of the upcoming General Meeting Wednesday, 29 June, 2022 at 2pm. The public are invited to observe the live stream of the meeting via the ‘DoECayman’ Facebook page and “CaymanIslandsDoE” YouTube channel. https://www.facebook.com/DOECaymanhttps://www.youtube.com/CaymanIslandsDoE The complete Agenda with appendices is available for download here. Public comments may be

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Climate Change Risks Survey

As part of the ongoing Cayman Islands Climate Change Risk Assessment, the Ministry of Sustainability & Climate Resiliency has launched a public questionnaire to evaluate knowledge, attitudes and practices related to climate change in the Cayman Islands. This survey will supplement the ongoing technical workshops with important insights on local beliefs about climate change, ongoing

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General Meeting ~ 23 March, 2022

The National Conservation Council wishes to advise the public of the upcoming General Meeting this Wednesday, 23 March, 2022 at 2pm. The public are invited to observe the live stream of the meeting via the ‘DoECayman’ Facebook page and “CaymanIslandsDoE” YouTube channel links below: https://www.facebook.com/DOECaymanhttps://www.youtube.com/CaymanIslandsDoE The complete Agenda with appendices is available for download at

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Fresh Perspectives on Preservation Wanted!

Is there an area of land you think should be preserved for future generations? The National Conservation Council is accepting nominations for protected areas in the Cayman Islands! Submit your letter of nomination by May 13th to be included in the 2022 consultation process. Include as much detail as possible to explain where the area

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ReGen TOR Finalised

The Government’s Environmental Assessment Board confirms that the Terms of Reference for the ReGen project (formerly the Integrated Solid Waste Management System) have now been finalised after a period of public consultation and three public meetings. The Terms of Reference explain the guidelines and scope for the studies which will be done as part of

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Sybil’s Crownbeard Meeting

The DoE invites CaymanBrac residents to a special meeting to discuss the Conservation Plan for Sybil’s Crownbeard (Verbesina Caymanensis), a small shrub unique to Cayman Brac. The entire world population of Sybil’s Crownbeard occurs on the seasonally shaded north-facing cliffs of Cayman Brac’s Bluff, above Spot Bay as far west as the Big Channel Bluff

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Earth Day 2020 – Climate Action

Carbon dioxide (CO2) in the atmosphere is a major contributor to climate change and CO2 levels today are higher than at any point in at least the past 800,000 years. The annual rate of increase of CO2 over the past 60 years is about 100 times faster than previous natural increases. Coastal ecosystems such as

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