Environment Week ended on Saturday June 10, with a solemn Sunrise Praise and Worship Service at the Queen Elizabeth II Park.
The Environment Week Scavenger Hunt around Road Town concluded with participants, winning ‘eco-appreciative’ prizes on Friday, June 9.
More organisations joined the “Green Pledge” on Thursday, June 8, and were awarded gold stars for “green” habits and successes.
Staff of the Conservation and Fisheries Department took a dive at Long Bay, Beef Island and retrieved several bags of trash that were lodged in the sand under the ocean waves.
The Acting Chief Conservation and Fisheries Officer, Mr. Kelvin Penn and several members of staff and their families are pictured on at the Church of God (Prophecy) in Huntum’s Ghut, Tortola.
The public is invited to ‘Wear Something Green’ on Friday, June 9 in solidarity and observance of Environment Week 2017.
The public is invited to participate in the Adult Nature Scavenger Hunt on Friday, June 10, in observance of Environment Week 2017.
People and their relationship to the environment will be in focus when the Territory observes Environment Week 2017.
The seasonal floating weed, known as Sargassum Seaweed has returned and has increased in indefinite amounts.
Local businesses and organisations that have embarked on progressive employee wellness programmes will be highlighted as the Territory observes the International Labour Organisation (ILO) World Day for Safety and Health at Work on Friday, April 28.