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Resilient communities can quickly bounce back from mishaps and adapt to new circumstances. We propose various projects and policy ideas that could enhance our nation's resilience to climate change.
Our terrestrial and coastal ecosystems are facing serious threats. Protecting land for conservation and public recreation, and planning and managing developments holistically are central to our interests.
A warming climate calls for better ways to produce and consume energy. Reducing our carbon footprint through renewable energies like solar are an important focus of our advocacy work.
A circular economy is based on eliminating waste from production, circulating resources, and regenerating nature. A local economy involves economic opportunities that depend on activities and resources at the local level. We hope to see these principles reflected in policy and practice.
Caymanian identity is diverse and always evolving, but finding ways to preserve and integrate our most cherished memories, places, and activities into a changing society is core to how we envision a sustainable Cayman. Pieces of shared history and culture are the common threads that bind us together in this journey.
Many people don't realize they have a say when it comes to issues related to the environment. These issues, of course, affect human health and wellbeing. A big part of our work is making these opportunities known and bringing people together.
Flooded Black mangroves in Barkers ("Barkus")
Credit: Nik Foster