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The Goat Islands are not the best site for the transshipment port!

An international study shows there may be better, cheaper and less environmentally damaging alternative sites for the proposed transshipment port and logistics hub.

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International Coastal Clean up 2014

The Caribbean Coastal Area Management (C-CAM) Foundation has been participating in the annual International Coastal Cleanup activities organized across Jamaica for many years. This day has been used as an opportunity for thousands of volunteers across the world to clean up our beaches and most importantly to continue the public education efforts about proper waste disposal and recycling.

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Cost-effectiveness assessment of Goat Island and other proposed locations for the transshipment port.

In July, C-CAM circulated a policy brief about the on-going assessment of proposed locations for the proposed port. The assessment is being carried out on behalf of C-CAM by Conservation Strategy Fund (an international NGO, with board experience of working on large infrastructure projects. It is funded by the Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund.

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