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Caribbean Youth Environment Network representation at the UNFCCC Conference in DOHA, QATAR
Nov 26-Dec 08 2012
The Barbados Delegation: Left: Karen Smith (UNFCCC secretariat, Waynelle C-Taylor (CYEN representative), Ron Goodridge(Ministry of Environment), Rickardo Ward (Ministry of Environment), Front Left: Selwin Hart(Currently with the Caribbean Development Bank), Senator Maxine McClean (Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade)
Upcoming General Meeting:
The Caribbean Youth Environment Network-Barbados would be having the next general meeting on Saturday November 17th at Caribbean Policy Development Centre Halsworth Welches St. Michael at 2:00pm. The topics would be:
- Introducing the new executive committee
- Upcoming activities and other businesses
Fig 1:- Sylvester Clauzel at congress opening ceremony Fig 2:- Erland giving the vote of
Fig 3:- First day discussion at Congress
Fig 4:- Congress Group Photo at Jade Mountain
Fig 6 :- CYEN Awardees
Fig 7:- The Last Day of Congress and the signing of the banner
Notice: Cake Sale!!!
Notice: Cake Sale!!!!
Caribbean Youth Environment Network- Barbados Chapter will be having a cake sale fundraiser on Saturday October 13th 2012 at Super Centre Big B located at the bottom of Rendezvous Hill. Please come out and lend a hand in any way you can. The cake sale starts at 9:00am. Looking forward to seeing you there.
- Planning and Assignment of duties for the International Coastal Cleanup 2012
- Planning for Congress 2012
- From Belleville (Going in the direction of the Welches Post Office): Go straight at the stoplights at the bottom of Government Hill. On your left you will see a brown building (Welches Plaza). CPDC is the second building after the Plaza, it is a cream building with a gravel driveway. There is also a sign out front that says CPDC.
The organisation is headed by a National Coordinator who is assisted by 3 Assistant National Coordinators.
The local membership is made up of individual members as well as organisational members.
There are several events carried out by the organisation during a year including a planning retreat at the end of the year. Most of the other events are arranged around the recognised Environmental days with June being celebrated as Environmental month.
The cleanup will take place at Long Beach, Christ Church.Free T-shirts and refreshments will be provided! There are even Cash Prizes for the Largest Registered Group.
We invite youth groups, youth based organisations, schools, classes to come out an support on behalf of the youth sector. We also invite businesses (small, medium, large), and members of the private and public sector to come out and support this worthy cause.
Now unfortunately Long Beach is COVERED with Sargassum seaweed, so walk with a rake and lots of manpower!
To Register or for more information:
- Call Asha Jones at CYEN at 4376055 Or 248-3535.
-Send an email to email@example.com
-Or visit our Facebook Page : http://www.facebook.com/event.
- For individuals: Click attend and give your shirt size.
- For Groups, send us an email with your contact information, no. of volunteers and shirt sizes.
This cleanup would not be possible without the aid of our sponsors: Coca-Cola (BHL), Sea-U Guest House, Deloitte & Touche and the Caribbean Policy Development Centre.
"A future that is Pollution Free- Join Hands to Protect Our Caribbean Sea”.
In celebration of the entry into force of the Protocol concerning pollution from Land-Based Sources and Activities (LBS), UNEP's Caribbean Environment Programme (CEP) has officially launched the Wider Caribbean LBS Protocol Collage* Competition. The competition, which is locally facilitated by the Environmental Protection Department (EPD) in collaboration with the Caribbean Youth Environment Network (CYEN)- Barbados Chapter, will be launched in Barbados on Friday 1st April, 2011 at 2:00pm at the Ministry of Environment, Water Resource Management and Drainage, S.P. Musson Building, Hincks Street, St. Michael.
Under the above captioned theme, UNEP's CEP hopes to showcase the views of 12-18 year olds on our beautiful Caribbean Sea and how they can protect its fragile, vulnerable coastal and marine ecosystems from land-based sources of pollution. I take this opportunity to invite all CYEN members and affiliates to the Launch.
More information on the Competition:
Interested applicants must be between the ages of 12-18 years old and must enter through their school/class, environmental club, faith-based group and/or other community or youth organization. The competition ends June 30th 2011. Local competition winners will then be eligible to represent Barbados in the Regional Competition to vie for cash prizes of US$1000.00 (First Prize), US$750.00 (Second Prize) or US$500.00 (Third Prize). The winning collage for the region will be converted into a portable banner and used in UNEP's promotional campaigns on the LBS Protocol and more. National winners will also be used in the promotion of pollution prevention activities in the Wider Caribbean region. For more information, contact email firstname.lastname@example.org o
* "collage” refers to a technique of composing a work of art by pasting on a single surface various materials not normally associated with one another, such as magazine clippings, parts of photographs, packaging, paintings, solid objects, etc.
The Caribbean Youth Environment Network- Barbados (CYEN-Barbados)
"Think You Know About Climate Change? ...Think Again!”
The Caribbean Youth Environment Network (CYEN) brings to you a Website that will change your perspective on Climate Change and mitigating/adapting to it in the Caribbean!
CYEN has undertaken some innovative research work in the field of climate change advocacy and education in four territories of the southern Caribbean (St. Lucia, Barbados, St. Vincent and the Grenadines and Grenada). This work, which was carried out by representatives of the CYEN, is a part of the Caribbean Youth Climate Change Mitigation Project and the results documented on the website: www.cyen.org/
On Friday 08 July, 2011, with the support of the Global Environment Facility-Small Grants Programme (GEF-SGP) through the office of United Nations Development Programme of Barbados and the Eastern Caribbean States, CYEN LAUNCHED THIS WEBSITE TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC.
This LAUCH was entitled "Think you know about climate change? ...Think Again!” and was held at the United Nations House, Marine Gardens, Hastings, Christ Church.
Contributors to the website launch pose with Mr Ron Goodridge of the Ministry of Environment and Drainage, who officially launched the website. (www.cyen.org/climatechange)
Right to Left: Jamon Roberts, Gina Belle, Renee Boyce-Drakes (Project Co-ordinator), Graham Belle, Asha Jones (CYEN- Barbados National Co-ordinator) and Shanaz Bacchus.
Hike in Graeme Hall Swamp - July 2010