Making mas

plastic and costumes on the beach after the carnival

Environment Tobago hates to be the spoiler in this the season of the merry monarch but….. please people can we not use the sea as a dumping ground? The image shown above is mas garbage and plastic beverage containers on the Roxborough Bay. The photo was taken 30 days after the last carnival.

Wetlands: Key to a better future

World Wetlands Day is celebrated every year on 2 February. The date marks the adoption of the Convention on Wetlands on 2 February 1971, in the Iranian city of Ramsar on the shores of the Caspian Sea. Sustainable Livelihoods is the theme for this year's World Wetlands Day. This theme is selected to demonstrate the vital role of wetlands for the future of humanity and specifically their relevance towards achieving the new Sustainable Development Goals .


saving the sharks

Sharks are in trouble. About 100 million are killed in commercial fisheries each year, and the global trade in their fins and meat is unsustainable. These ancient and vulnerable animals cannot withstand this level of pressure; their populations have plummeted around the world.

about the annual ET eco camps

Environment TOBAGO believes - if at an early age, people develop a bond with the Nature, then succeeding generations are more likely to attain the attitudinal shift that is so key to achieving sustainable development. Imparting such love and appreciation of the value of Tobago’s natural heritage to the young ones have been a major part of ET’s mission from our NGO's inception.


You're welcome to join our senior eco-adventure camp 2015

teens enjoying the Nylon Pool in the Buccoo Reef

Are you a nature-loving secondary school student and wishing for an eco-adventure before school reopens? Then Environment Tobago’s Senior Eco-Adventure Vacation Camp has been designed especially with you in mind.
Come explore the Buccoo Reef,... swim in the Nylon Pool, ...visit, see and learn about the Hillsborough Dam, trek in the Rain Forest... and much much more!