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Coming up. Tobago Environmental Partnership Conference 2021

Members of the public signing the 2019 Tobago Declaration

Seeking sustainability from and for our protected areas

A big threat for T&T’s protected spaces whether savannah, forest, reef or wetand is forced degradation. It’s probably just as big a problem as our current shortage of income. But because nature cannot talk money is perceived as more critical to our survival than nature. Figure that out. Arguably, the solutions to both comes down to management.


Even if the pandemic has not been conquered the overall vibe is about economic recovery. The thing is no one knows what shape that will take. Will it be the wild wild west of development; a buildfest of growth? We trust, hope, that government will manage the situation and position the country into a comparative or competitive position. But with whom?

Road to economic recovery

A roadmap is a strategic plan outlining a goal or a desired outcome and includes pointers. It is also a tool that articulates the thinking for getting to the goal.

‘Recovery’ in the Roadmap context

  • Economic recovery will be achieved when we re-attain a balanced national T&T budget for ‘X’ years running.

  • Enlist a creditable index (e.g adult literacy rates, housing, jobs, income distribution, more) to mirror quality of life.


We have moved

We have gone virtual. As of January 2021 Environment Tobago will no longer maintain the brick and mortar office at 11 Cuyler Street. We have decided it is more practical and indeed safer to go about our mission using as much as is possible, the digital space. We remain accessible by email or through our contact page.


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