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ECO-FRIENDLY PRACTICES

Making people environmentally aware

Creating a clean-up culture:
  • Dominica - students involving the Dublanc community, '03-'04;
  • St. Kitts and Nevis - Carnival troupe, Jan '06
  • Fiji - Clean 'X' project, where 'X' may be a market, a school and town centre, '03-'04
Sharing environmental activities with different groups:
  • St. Vincent and the Grenadines - sharing with the Hotel and Tourism Association, Aug '03; with the general public, Jun '04,
  • San Andres Archipelago - Evaluating the public's role in the Seaflower Biosphere Reserve, '05-'06
Sharing environmental activities with other countries:
  • St. Vincent and the Grenadines, with Trinidad and Tobago, Mar '03; with the Ocean Classroom program, Feb '04; with the world community, Jan '05
Building media capacity in environmental stewardship:
Discussing climate change:
  • San Andres Archipelago, with the general public, Jun '05
  • St. Vincent and the Grenadines, with government agencies, Nov '04
  • Mauritius, with a community, '04'-05
Publications in marine education:
  • Marine curriculum modules in Spanish and English in San Andres Archipelago, '05
  • Introduction to Sandwatch: an educational tool for sustainable development, '05 Poster to promote understanding of coastal vegetation and coral reefs in the Maldives, by Bluepeace, Jun '06
Newsletters:
  • Sandwatch newsletter - The Sandwatcher, Jun '06
  • San Andres Archipelago - school newsletters, '04, Jun '06
  • St. Vincent and the Grenadines - Sandwatch Newswatch, Jan '06
  • Seychelles - Enviro News, '02-'04
Utilising radio:
  • San Andres Archipelago - school radio stations, May '04
  • St. Vincent and the Grenadines - community radio station, Jan '06
  • Maldives - participatory radio programmes, '05
Videos:
  • Cook Islands - video on Suwarrow Atoll, June '04
  • Cook Islands - producing environmental video clips, Apr '04
  • Small Islands Voice video - Sustainable living: the island way, includes segments on eco-friendly practices, Jul '06
 
 

To get involved, contact :

 

Coastal Regions and Small Islands Platform
UNESCO, Paris, France
csi1@unesco.org
fax: +33 1 45 68 58 08
 

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