Here’s an update on International Coastal Cleanup Day 2018. This year the flagship cleanup in Kingston will be at the Go Kart Track on Palisadoes (turn right just before you reach Norman Manley International Airport). Teams wishing to volunteer at any of the sites must register online by 12:00 noon on September 6! Here is the … More 168 Sites Registered for International Coastal Cleanup Day Jamaica 2018!
See you on International Coastal Cleanup Day, September 15! Here’s a press release from Jamaica Environment Trust. July 31, 2018 On Monday, July 30, the Jamaica Environment Trust (JET) kicked off its 2018 International Coastal Cleanup (ICC) Day activities with a beach cleanup on the Palisadoes Strip in Kingston. In a little over one hour … More JET Launches International Coastal Cleanup Day, September 15 2018…with a Beach Cleanup
Well, the “Jetters” and thousands of volunteers across the island are gearing up and getting ready for International Coastal Cleanup Day 2017 – this coming Saturday. There is a full list of all the cleanup sites on the Jamaica Environment Trust (JET) website. Take a look and see where your nearest cleanup is taking place, … More JET Invites Nation’s Leaders to Participate in International Coastal Cleanup This Weekend
It’s that time of year again… and Jamaica Environment Trust (JET) wants to break last year’s International Coastal Cleanup Day record (eleventh largest in the world!) Are you ready for Saturday, September 16, 2017? Register yourself – or your team – today! PS Big ups to the Tourism Enhancement Fund for their continued support, and … More Registration for International Coastal Cleanup Day 2017 is Now Open!
It’s World Oceans Day, and what better way to celebrate than to congratulate everyone involved in last year’s International Coastal Cleanup Day – and especially the hard-working team at Jamaica Environment Trust (JET). Jamaica came 11th out of the 112 countries participating last year! Let’s make it to the Top Ten in 2017! Here’s JET’s … More Jamaica Ranks 11th Out of 112 Countries at 2016 International Coastal Cleanup
The good people at Jamaica Environment Trust seem very happy with Saturday’s International Coastal Cleanup Day. Here is their initial overview – a detailed breakdown from all the cleanup sites will follow. September 21, 2016 On Saturday, September 17th the Jamaica Environment Trust (JET) led 98 groups to stage over 140 beach cleanups across the … More Thousands Volunteer for International Coastal Cleanup Day Jamaica 2016
This is the second time I have felt nauseous during Jamaica Environment Trust’s (JET) launch of International Coastal Cleanup (ICC) Day, which this year will take place on September 19. The global effort is supported by the Ocean Conservancy; in Jamaica, the Tourism Enhancement Fund (TEF) has been a major sponsor of the cleanup since 2008. This … More Of Black Toads and Self-Cleaning Gullies: The Launch of International Coastal Cleanup Day 2015