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Minister Robinson-Regis and new CDB President Dr. ‘Gene’ Leon focus on resilience and innovation to overcome current challenges

June 14, 2021   Trinidad and Tobago and the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) are deepening relations to deal with the Caribbean Region’s emergence from the current challenges inclusive of the COVID-...

T&T’s Carbon Emissions Tracker Takes Off

Article 2 June 11, 2021 Environmental Action: Trinidad and Tobago has successfully completed one of the key milestones in the global quest to combat climate change by reducing greenhouse gas...

Town & Country Planning crosses digitization milestone of 100,000 legacy documents

Planning and Development Minister Camille Robinson-Regis announced for public information that the Town and Country Planning Division (TCPD) of the Ministry of Planning and Development has made...

Statistics in Focus: Using Official Statistics to Improve National Security – International Classification of Crime for Statistical Purposes (ICCS)

Thursday 10th June, 2021Source: Thursday Business GuardianAuthor: Central Statistical Office Official crime statistics are primarily derived from data collected from crimes reported to the police. It...

DevelopTT the online service of the Town and Country Planning Division is expanding to the South

The DevelopTT platform launched in the North Regional Office of the Town and Country Planning Division (TCPD) in 2020, added two more online services this year to further enhance the ease of doing...

EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST NOTICE

Prospective Bidders are advised that in light of the ongoing Covid-19 restrictions, in addition to the Tender Box located on Level 16 Nicholas Tower, 63-65 Independence Square, Port of Spain,...

Target 2030: Meeting T&T’s GHG Emission Reduction Goals

June 14, 2021 ENVIRONMENTAL ACTION: ARTICLE #3   Target 2030: Meeting T&T’s GHG Emission Reduction Goals The race is on to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from Trinidad and Tobago’s largest...

Prepare now for impact of climate change

June 6, 2021: Two new studies have found that Trinidad and Tobago is already experiencing the effects of climate change and warn that without swift action to mitigate its impact, the country risks...

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