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IMA's Public Lecture Series 2018

The Public is invited: Tuesday May 15th 2018, Old Fire Station Building, Cor. of Hart and ABercromby Streets, Port of Spain, Public Lecture Series- Science and Innovation for Marine Conservation, Mr...

Government focused on eliminating hazardous waste

Effectively managing waste in an environmentally sound manner is one of the greatest global challenges today. So said Planning and Development Minister Camille Robinson-Regis, who also has...

Three animation firms score in Global Services Awards

Above: Left to Right: Jessica Yawching (Animae caribe), Andy Berahazar (Coded Arts) Nicholas Maxwell (Trinidad and Tobago Animation Network) and (foreground) Karisa Phillip (Lagoon Animation). Photo...

Google eyes Trinidad and Tobago to strengthen digital capacity

The Honourable Camille Robinson-Regis, Minister of Planning and Development is pleased to announce that the Latin America and the Caribbean Network Information Centre (LACNIC) and Google have...

Collaborating to enhance national data

A participant makes a point during the CSO's National Statistical System sensitisation session on May 3rd, 2018. "The Central Statistical Office (CSO) can only produce data which is made available to...

Trinidad and Tobago's aquaculture sector struggling to buck regional trend

Trinidad and Tobago, recognized as the Caribbean region's economic powerhouse, has been experiencing the same downward trend in its aquaculture sector seen in its less affluent neighbors.  Whereas...

IMA presents 40th Anniversary Publications to Minister of Planning and Development

On Monday 7th May 2018, the Institute of Marine Affairs (IMA) presented the Honourable Camille Robinson-Regis - Minister of Planning and Development, with copies of two new publications entitled “...

Scarlet Ibis declared Environmentally Sensitive Species

Photo credit CNC3. Minister of Planning and Development Camille Robinson-Regis has announced that the government has officially started the process to designate the Scarlet Ibis as an Environmentally...

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