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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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Freshwater species of the Cayman Islands under the microscope!

In May Dr. David Bass, professor and aquatic invertebrate ecologist from the University of Central Oklahoma was back on his annual visit to Grand Cayman. Since 2010, Dr. Bass has visited the island annually and has made 120 collections on sites across the three islands. As you can see, a grand cayman vacation is a

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The Flicker is Back

Volume 14 of Flicker is hot off the desktop publishing press. Check it out to stay up to date with what the DoE has been doing on land.

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Take the Earth Day Challenge

Earth Month—April 2014 Taking the Green Cayman Challenge   Download the full callender of challenges and events. What are you going to do for Earth Day?   Challenges: Month long theme challenges: These challenges are to do at home with the family or individually to make a start at becoming more environmental aware of our

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Proposed Cruise Berthing Facility – Final Terms of Reference for EIA

The Cayman Islands Department of Environment is providing Notice to the Public of the publication of the final Terms of Reference (ToR) for the proposed cruise berthing facility. The public was invited to review and comment on the draft ToR, which outlined the envisaged technical approach for the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA). A summary of

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GT Port EIA – Terms of Reference

The Cayman Islands Government is providing Notice to the Public of the publication of the draft Terms of Reference (ToR) for the proposed George Town Port Cruise Berthing Facility Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA). The public is invited to review and comment on the ToR, which outlines the envisaged technical approach for the EIA. The ToR

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National Conservation Law – Public Meetings (Brac Updated)

Environment Minister Hon. Wayne Panton, invites members of the public who have questions regarding the National Conservation Bill to come out to a series of public information meetings during the week of December 2nd.  The Cayman Brac meeting is now scheduled for Satuday the 7th in the Veteran’s and Seamen’s Hall – at 2:30pm. All

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