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Connect with nature

Protect the earth we share, get out and enjoy Trinidad and Tobago’s nature, appreciate the beauty and importance of our outdoors and keep our nation clean.  Through this call, the Ministry of...

Planning Minister Camille Robinson-Regis leads climate resilience talks in Turks and Caicos Islands

The 47th Annual Meeting of the Board of Governors of the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) will be held on May 24-25, 2017 in the Turks and Caicos Islands. The Honourable Camille Robinson-Regis,...

Land based pollution drastically affecting T&T’s marine environment

Thursday May 18, 2017- Pollution of coastal waters has proven to be an ongoing and pervasive problem in Trinidad and Tobago, especially in the Gulf of Paria along Trinidad’s West Coast according to...

Planning Minister saddened by slaughter of turtles

The Honourable Camille Robinson-Regis, Minister of Planning and Development, with responsibility for the environment has been deeply saddened and disappointed by the recent slaughter of several...

T&T wants regional approach to changing global environment

Article in the Jamaica Observer May 25, 2017 PROVIDENCIALES, Turks and Caicos Islands (CMC) — Trinidad and Tobago says there must be a concerted thrust for economic transformation in the Caribbean in...

IDB clinics for national business community

Published on May 23, 2017, 8:12 pm ASThttp://www.trinidadexpress.com/20170523/business/idb-clinics-for-nationa... On Monday 15 and Tuesday 16 May, the Ministry of Planning and Development, in...

First IMA State of the Marine Environment (SOME) Report to be launched

Monday May 15, 2017 The Minister of Planning and Development, the Honourable Camille Robinson-Regis and the Director of the Institute of Marine Affairs Mrs. Toylan Arneaud will launch and present the...

EMA CONDEMNS SLAUGHTER OF TURTLES IN TOBAGO

May 12, 2017 The Environmental Management Authority (EMA) expressly condemns the recent slaughter of several protected sea turtles in Tobago. It is regrettable that this environmental crime took...

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