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Student advocacy group Protect Our Future's latest video campaign is focussing on highlighting Little Cayman as a Mission Blue 'Hope Spot'.
On Saturday morning, 65 volunteers - mostly children and their families - joined the Protect Our Future students in a community cleanup event at...
Thirty volunteers removed more than 1.5 tons of trash from the shores around Little Cayman over the weekend, including at one beach that had so much debris on it, the clean-up teams described it as being like a 'small landfill'.
The National Geographic Society has chosen Cayman teenager Ben Somerville to be one of its ‘Young Explorers’.
Following an accident in which Cayman International School's physical education teacher Greg Simcoe was badly injured when he was struck by a car, members of youth action group Protect Our Future is calling on government to take stronger measures to make local roads safer.
The Cayman Compass interviewed some of the islands’ students about their thoughts on climate change, the environmental policies they’d like to see implemented and the role young people play in the climate-change debate.
Protect Our Future members marked Global Wetlands Day on Monday by protesting the destruction of mangroves at an Old Prospect Road site after a developer removed the vegetation and filled the area without planning permission.
Three members of environmental awareness group Protect Our Future last week brought their concerns about climate change to Cayman energy and regulatory officials.
Protect our Future members Connor Childs, Olivia Zimmer and Steff Mcdermot recently attended the United Nations COP 25 Climate Conference earlier this month in...
Ministry of Environment officials said they remain committed to addressing Cayman’s single-use plastics usage.
Local environmental groups have expressed disappointment over the cancellation of the second meeting of the government-initiated single-use plastic steering committee and the absence of...
Protesters lined the George Town waterfront on Friday, as part of a growing environmental movement driven by student activists.
A new campaign by the student group focusses on the issue of greed by highlighting sites such as the landfill, the cleared KAABOO festival grounds and other locations that demonstrate the strains of development in Grand Cayman.
"Long after the ballots on the Port Referendum have been counted, we shall be the ones who will face the consequences," student group Protect our Future writes in a guest column for the Cayman Compass.
Students from Cayman’s environmental youth movement met cruise line executives Wednesday and urged them to think again about the project to build new piers in George Town Harbour.