Latest News

RENEWABLE ENERGY: Call for Solar PV Site Selection

The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), the Government of Trinidad and Tobago and the European Union (EU) Delegation to Trinidad and Tobago are partnering under the Global Climate Change...

The Untold Story of Saharan Dust

by Attish Kanhai, Research Officer Institute of Marine Affairs As the tiny boat streaked across the Gulf of Paria during the early hours of a Monday morning, the sky seemed to melt into the ocean....

Request for Proposal- Recruitment of Consultancy Firm to support the Capacity Development and Empowerment of the Ministry of Planning and Development (NDA), Trinidad and Tobago to engage with the Green Climate Fund (GCF)

The Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre (CCCCC) has received funds from the Green Climate Fund (GCF) for the purpose of implementing the project “GCF Readiness – Strengthening Trinidad and...

CAN YOU LIVE PLASTICS FREE?

Photo: Staff Recycling on IMA CompoundPhoto Credit: Alicia Kwok   By Aleisha Dennie, Research Staff Institute of Marine Affairs   It is said that human beings have a complex relationship with our...

Virtual Distinguished Lecture and Panel Discussion

The Information Centre of the Institute of Marine Affairs (IMA) will host a Virtual Distinguished Lecture and Panel Discussion on Monday July 20th 2020 from 1 PM-2:30 PM via Facebook Live at IMAGOVTT...

Living with Nature

Prepared by Dr Anjani Ganase, Coral Reef Ecologist, Institute of Marine Affairs   Around Trinidad and Tobago, there are Caribbean and Atlantic coasts. Our islands’ location along the edge of the...

Protected Areas - A necessary economic driver

An estimated $18.8M TT in revenue was generated from the sale of fruits and vegetables across six (6) protected areas in Trinidad and Tobago in one year, from October 2018 to September 2019..This is...

Pollinators key to Corpus Christi tradition

June 10, 2020 Since there is often a great deal of rainfall around the time of the Corpus Christi celebrations, gardeners in Trinidad and Tobago consider the day to be good for planting, as it is...

Pages