Education

Education is the key

Education is a key component in creating a paradigm
shift about how citizens view the wealth of The
Bahamas, shifting from “sun, sand and sea” as the
only source of economics. Through education,
citizens can understand the value of natural resources
within The Bahamas, why they need to be protected,
become guardians and gatekeepers of their immediate
environment and empower them as owners and
partners in their management. Through knowledge
and skills-building, citizens can become actively
engaged in sustainable natural resource management.

GRASS ROOTS MODEL OF CONSERVATION

We Promote a Grass Roots Model of Conservation. It is a community-driven approach to preserving natural resources and the environment. It involves empowering local communities and stakeholders to take an active role in advocating for ownership, protecting their resources, identifying and addressing environmental issues and challenges in their own areas.

DECOLONIZING MINDS

Decolonizing the Mind is a program that aims to promote sustainable and equitable relationships with the environment by incorporating indigenous perspectives, highlighting the impact of colonization, fostering a sense of responsibility towards the environment, emphasizing sustainability practices, recognizing sovereignty, fostering ownership, and promoting equitable partnerships.

CRITICALLY THINKING?

As we think about our natural resources, It is essential to ask questions that delve into even the smallest aspects of our environment, ecology, and ecosystems. We must remain vigilant about everything that affect our resources in any part of The Bahamas, whether it be in the North of Grand Bahama or the South of Inagua.

EMPOWERING ACTION THROUGH KNOWLEDGE

Natural resources are the materials and substances found in the environment that can be used for economic gain. These resources can be divided into two categories: renewable and nonrenewable. Renewable resources are those that can be replenished or regenerated over time, such as sunlight, wind, and water. Nonrenewable resources, on the other hand, are finite and cannot be replaced once they are depleted, such as fossil fuels and minerals. If you want to learn more about natural resources and their importance, click the link to explore further.

SCHEDULE A TALK OR VIRUTAL PRESENTATION

At the core of our mission is engaging citizens of The Bahamas to bring awareness and impart information about our natural resources. One of the best ways we achieve this is by delivering talks and trainings. We take great pleasure in these interactions and would be delighted to send one of our proficient team to speak with your group. Don't wait any longer, schedule a training or presentation with us now!