Ogier has once again partnered with the Central Caribbean Marine Institute to produce a publication to educate residents and visitors about the local marine environment.
The publication, entitled Green Guide to the Cayman Islands: Special Publication No. 2: Climate Change and The Sea Around Us, provides a brief summary of the alarming evidence that both human neglect and climate change are having a negative impact on the marine environment.
The first copies of the publication will be released on 1 March at a Family Fun Day taking place at Dart Park, South Sound from 2-5pm.
‘Ogier is pleased to provide continued support to the CCMI in its mission to protect and preserve Cayman’s marine environment,’ said Ogier Managing Partner, James Bergstrom.
‘We are fortunate to live and work in the Cayman Islands, where the accessibility of the ocean makes it a vital part of our daily life. This guide will help everyone understand and appreciate the threats we are facing and the ways in which we can all work towards protecting our islands for future generations’ he said.
This issue of the Green Guide follows a similar format to the first aims to provide a valuable resource for all businesses, residents and visitors of the Cayman Islands.
‘Our continued partnership with Ogier has allowed us to launch a campaign in the Cayman Islands to preserve our planet,’ said Jim O’Neill from the CCMI Executive Board.
‘This issue of the Green Guide will share the message while offering resources to live in a more eco-friendly manner.’
To participate in any of CCMI’s Education programmes, please email firstname.lastname@example.org