Coastal Zone Management Authority and Institute participates in the Major aspects of the coastal environmental management Workshop
Tuesday, October 17th, 2017
Kingston, Jamaica. October 17, 2017 – Representatives of Coastal Zone Management Authority and Institute (CZMAI) will be participating in the workshop “Major aspects of the coastal environmental management” to be held from 17th to 20th October in Kingston, Jamaica. The Workshop will include four days of theoretical and practical sessions to acknowledge the main sources of marine pollution in each country of the Caribbean Community. Its purpose is to develop a proposal of an environmental management instrument intended to improve marine environmental conditions of the participating countries.
Staff from CZMA’s technical programs which includes: Mr. Samir Rosado (Coastal Planner), Mr. Gilbert Andrews (Environmental Lab Technician), and Mr. Victor Sho (Sport Fishing Coordinator) will engage in the workshop through assisting to the developing proposals that will better the Caribbean communities’ marine environmental conditions. By doing this, CZMAI intends to harbor awareness to occurring marine pollutions.
The “Major aspects of the coastal environmental management” workshop is officially recognized by DIRECTEMAR. The Caribbean Maritime Institute has sponsored this workshop, it will take place under the scheme of the cooperation agreement between the Directorate General of the Maritime Territory, Merchant Marine and the “Fondo Chile” (CHILE/UNDP). The overall objective of this workshop is to implement technical cooperation for the Caribbean Community (CARICOM), dealing with Conservation and sustainable use of the oceans, seas and marine resources.
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