C-CAM promotes sustainable development and conservation of the natural environment in the Portland Bight Protected Area
- Heritage Village Project
- Institutional strengthening for C-CAM and management planning for Hellshire Hills and Portland Ridge Sub-Areas
- NEPA Alternative Livelihood Project
- Piloting the development of community-based tourism as an adaptation to climate change in the Portland Bight Protected Area
- Portland Bight Protected Area Management Plan
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.
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.
The Caribbean Coastal Area Management Foundation (C-CAM) along with other lobby groups are to file legal action against the Environment Ministry and the Attorney General after the Jamaican Government signaled that it is considering the construction of a transshipment port in the Portland Bight Protected Area (PBPA)