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.
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.
Participants of this years senior eco camp enjoying a dip in Nylon Pool.
.. signing up for this year's Environment Tobago Senior Eco camp
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!
Annual General Meeting of the Members of Environment Tobago. To held on August 26th 2015 at the offices of the THA Forestry Divsion, Botanic Gardens Scarborough Tobago. Meeting starts 430 pm.
The display may have been small, but the discussion was huge.
On Friday 15th (August 2015) volunteers from Environment Tobago spent the day at Gulf City's Lowlands Mall. Our group was invited to be part of the Volunteer Connection's Tobago Expo - actually it was VN's first, and to make it brief, the event was actually quite successful.
Aerial view of the Buccoo Reef system showing the Bon Accord
Trucks going to Trinidad with plastic collected in Tobago by Environment Tobago