Since the start of the Climate Compliance Conference, a big focus has been placed on education. This type of education opens a whole new door of thinking environmentally speaking; and facilitates questions such as, what is Global Warming and Climate Change, how can we the people get involved, and what are the solutions to dealing with this wicked problem.
Hundreds of lessons have been taught across the islands in pre schools, primary schools, secondary schools, colleges, technical schools, correctional facilities, Rotary & Lions Clubs, churches, business group, youth groups, community groups, and to farmers. Several Radio and TV stations have aired programs about the reasons for Climate Change and newspapers and magazines have published a number of articles.
Articles and programs on Climate Compliance in St. Vincent have been published and broadcasted in several countries in the Caribbean, Latin America, and Europe.
Education and awareness are key components to mobilize people in making St. Vincent a Climate Compliant Nation and thus ready for Climate Change.
Empowering the youths to sustain and strengthen the agricultural sector
Before sharing our experience about our artwork on the walls of Fitz Hughes Governmental School, we would like to ask a question to ourselves and to the readers...
We have been really excited to finally see the Grenadine island Bequia and work with children from the handicapped school, a preschool and an elementary school.
Radio stations like WE FM, Nice Radio, Star FM, Praise FM, Hitz FM, Garifuna Radio and the NBC Radio have aired programs to bring awareness about climate change and what it means to climate compliant.
Searchlight Newspaper: Organizers of this year’s Earth Day celebrations at the Richmond Vale Academy say that the event was a major success