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Mangrove Forest leading the fight against climate change! The frequency of disasters worldwide has more than doubled in just 35 years; and 90% of these disasters are water related. More and more, climate change is driving weather-related hazards such as flooding and hurricanes.  This pattern…

Blue Economy Innovation Challenge Launch

10:00 AM
https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZUqc-6hrz0iHtf-q8VCl-4nuuZxtF0hIeEh?fbclid=IwAR35Bw1nfDpIbv_TpX-kvZJ-Xt23_edTO6R-SvzoeWCAjiUZsGop30Mr_fU

CALL FOR INNOVATIVE BUSINESSES IN THE BLUE ECONOMY Blue Economy Innovation Challenge for private firms and established start-ups AWARDS: up to US$160,000 in technical assistance grants     What? Technical assistance provided to Blue Economy Startups and Firms for the implementation of innovative, scalable business…

Book Launch: Mangrove Forests of Trinidad and Tobago According to a new publication launched by the Institute of Marine Affairs to mark World Wetlands Day, mangroves provide immense benefits to humanity by supporting the livelihoods of coastal populations, protecting the nurseries of many fish species…

Assessing Coral Reef Resilience in Tobago

1:00 PM
Zoom & Facebook LIVE

“Assessing Coral Reef Resilience in Tobago” Presented By: Dr. Anjanji Ganase Coral reefs of Tobago serve crucial ecosystem services that sustain our way of life. Our coral reefs are rich in biodiversity and support our fisheries and tourism industries, as well as protect our coastline….

“Mariculture in the Blue Economy: An ocean’s worth of potential for T&T” Presented By: Daniel Robinson   As Trinidad and Tobago aims to diversify its economy, reduce its food import bill and provide livelihoods, the transition to the Blue Economy will play a significant role…

Have you ever dived underwater to look at the natural beauty that are coral reefs? Well look no further!     The Institute of Marine Affairs (IMA) is proud to present ‘Beyond the Blue’, a Marine Environmental Exhibition that takes place from Tuesday 17th to…

The Sea And Me: Livelihood and Learning – 6th Community Research Symposium

4:30 PM
Carenage Fishing Centre, Western Main Road, Carenage

BOOK OF ABSTRACTS

The EMA’s Role, Function and Activities towards the Science-based Management of T&T’s Oceans and Coasts

5:00 PM
Cipriani College of Labour and Co-operative Studies, Churchill Roosevelt Highway, Valsayn

The EMA’s Role, Function and Activities towards the Science-based Management of T&T’s Oceans and Coasts Themed “Science and Innovation for Marine Conservation”, the Public Lecture Series is particularly aimed at engaging the public on current issues affecting our marine environment and the necessary actions that…

Oceans and Climate Change – What does it mean for Small Island States?

5:00 PM
Old Fire Station Building, cor. Hart and Abercromby Streets Pos

Event: Oceans and Climate Change – What does it mean for Small Island States? “Oceans serve an important function in regulating the global climate system. From heat absorption and circulation, to exchanging heat with the atmosphere. Oceans also provide a reservoir for carbon dioxide, the…

Science-based Mgt of our Oceans

5:00 PM
Old Fire Station Building, cor. Hart and Abercromby Streets Pos

Event: Science-based Management of our Oceans How can marine science help us contribute to the sustainable management of our livelihoods, jobs and our energy-based sectors?  We can start from the premise that to understand and achieve sustainable development, an obligation to conserve our marine and coastal…

IMA 40th Anniversary Celebrations

3:00 PM
Government Campus Plaza
Event: IMA 40th Anniversary Celebrations The Institute of Marine Affairs was set up in 1976 by an Act of Parliament but became functional in 1978. Our mandate is to conduct scientific research on the coastal and marine environment and advise government on the sustainable management...
Caroni to Pointe-a-Pierre - Conserving Our Coastal Environment The goal of this symposium was to provide relevant scientific information to all stakeholders of the area (from Caroni to Pointe-a-Pierre) and to create a space for pertinent discussions on the state of the coastal environment as...

Education & Awareness About Marine Debris

9:00am
Chaguanas Borough Corporation
Event: Education & Awareness About Marine Debris The IMA, through the Information Centre, entered into a collaboration with the Caribbean Network for Integrated Rural Development (CNIRD) and GEF UNDP for a new project entitled Marine Environment Education Program Trinidad and Tobago (MEEPTT) The awareness campaign...

Deployment of Water Quality Monitoring Buoy

11:00 AM
Claxton Bay Fishing Facility
Event: Deployment of Water Quality Monitoring Buoy The Institute of Marine Affairs (IMA), in conjunction with Microsoft Caribbean, Fujitsu, GlobeRangers and Digicel, deployed a Water Quality Monitoring Buoy in the Gulf of Paria(GoP) off Claxton Bay. The purpose of this PoC is to gather real...

Community Research Symposium

10:00 AM
BPTT Mayaro Resource Centre
Event: Community Research Symposium Promoting stakeholders participation on marine resource management, was the theme for the Institute of Marine Affairs(IMA) third Community Research Symposium, which was held on September 20th 2017 at the BPTT Mayaro Resource Centre, in Mayaro. Attendees included Chairman and members of...

UN Environmental Days

February 2nd World Wetlands Day

March 22nd World Water Day

April 22nd Earth Day

May 22nd International Day for Biological Diversity

June 5th World Environment Day

June 8th World Oceans Day