Environment TOBAGOAbout Environment TOBAGO
About Environment TOBAGO
Focus on Tobago's Environment
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We welcome this opportunity to introduce you to Environment TOBAGO, a non-government organization committed to the conservation and restoration of Tobago's environment. Who we are, what we've done and what we're doing.

 Introduction to Environment TOBAGO
History and contact numbers

How to become a member of ET and help us protect our island.

 Opening Prayer

 Environmental Education for Primary Schools
A dynamic new course for Tobago’s teachers

ET receive tt $8000 to clear Kilgwyn wetland of rubbish

 Kilgwyn clean up a great success
Thank you to all our suporters

 Message from our first President
"I first came to Tobago in 1945..."

 Environment TOBAGO Education Centre
Long-term sustainable development through education

 Environmental Education Programme For Primary School Teachers A Great Success

 Teaching biodiversity conservation
Understanding the environment in which we live

 What is environmental education?
It ends with action!

 ET Teaching Biodiversity in Tobago Schools

 Generation YES
ET works with new youth group for World Wetlands Day

 Youth Support Environmental Conservation
Students plan for sustainable development

 Keep a Clean School Competition
Reinforcing positive atitudes in our school children

 Keep a Clean School Competition 2000
Second annual programme to improve solid waste management in Tobago's schools.

 Tidy T&T Clean School Competition 2003
All Tobago’s schools invited to enter

 ET's entries into the Tidy T & T Competition
A photo review of ET's two entries

 Initiative to Achieve Sustainable Harvesting
Getting the stakeholders to take action

 Tobago Community Water Watch Network
Students, teachers and community volunteers test the water quality of Tobago's bathing beaches

 WaterNet Phase II
Student researchers find the sources of coastal water pollution.

 Students Find “New” Source of Sewage Pollution
Young researchers learn that conservation begins at home

 US Consultant Assists ET
Towards solving the coastal sewage pollution problem

 UNDP Awards TT$48,000 Grant To Environment TOBAGO
Our community- and school-based volunteer coastal water quality monitoring programme gets United Nations support.

 Little Tobago Island Survey
A broad scale ecological survey of Little Tobago Island.