Cayman sustainability blog featured in UK’s #Action4Nature campaign


With the close of #COP27 in Egypt and this week’s focus on the threats of deforestation and resulting biodiversity loss, Sustainable Cayman joins the call for business leaders and government to take action to address changes to protect nature for the people of the Cayman Islands.

A major concern, according to Sustainable Cayman, is that pprotecting 30% of our land and seas by 2030 will not happen in time unless a political commitment is made and a plan is implemented. It is because oOur natural landscape is changing at an alarming rate, leading to the degradation of the natural assets and services that support our lives, and without a holistic vision and plan to unite us in decisions, our quality of life will suffer more and more as we go. as we encounter more people, traffic and pollution. These things harm the plants and animals that live among us.

Sustainable Cayman also noted that mangrove wetlands are particularly vulnerable, but are invaluable to the resilience of the Cayman Islands.

In this regard, Sustainable Cayman said they are strengthening our islands against climate change by protecting biodiversity.

Consequently, Durable Cayman has confirmed that they hjoined the international call #Action4Nature.

For members of the public who want to know more about this call to action, they know how to read Sustainable Caymans blog hosted by RSPB UK (best viewed on desktop):

Sustainable Cayman also invites members of the public to follow them on social media, share and comment:

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