Tag: Governor’s Conservation Awards

Young environmentalists awarded for green efforts

Young environmentalists awarded for green efforts

| 25/06/2019 | 1 Comment

(CNS Local Life): A group of young people, united in their commitment to protecting and conserving the environment, was one of the winners at the recent Governor’s Conservation Awards, organised by the National Trust for the Cayman Islands. Environmental advocacy group Protect Our Future Cayman, led by four students from Cayman International School (CIS), took […]

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Conservation award finalists named

Conservation award finalists named

| 18/06/2019 | 0 Comments

(CNS Local Life): The National Trust has announced the 14 finalists for the fourth Governor’s Conservation Awards, which are presented every two years to recognise local people and businesses involved in historic preservation and environmental conservation across all three Cayman Islands within the last ten years. The winners in the various categories will be named […]

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Nominations open for Governor’s Conservation Awards

Nominations open for Governor’s Conservation Awards

| 12/05/2019 | 0 Comments

The National Trust for the Cayman Islands is now accepting nominations for its fourth Governor’s Conservation Awards (GCA) ceremony. Backed by HE The Governor Martyn Roper and in partnership with Greenlight Re, the GCA aim to recognise outstanding achievement among individuals and corporations that demonstrate an active role in the fields of historic preservation and […]

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Nominations open for conservation awards

Nominations open for conservation awards

| 08/09/2016 | 0 Comments

(CNS): The National Trust for the Cayman Islands, in conjunction with the Governor’s Office, is calling for nominations for the biennial Governor’s Conservation Awards, with the awards ceremony set for Tuesday, 8 November. The awards recognise conservation leaders in five categories: Conservationist of the Year, Corporate Conservation, Tourism Industry Conservation, Heritage Preservation and the Lois […]

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