December 12, 2015,
Environmental activists gathered for ECO-VILLAGE at Nelson Mandela Park for remarks on the 2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP 21) meeting in Paris, and Trinidad & Tobago's place in these worldwide efforts to reduce our environmental impacts. This was followed by a march from Nelson Mandela Park along Hayes Street and onto the Savannah to gather for a final heart formation seen here./nThe ECO-VILLAGE was made up of many environmentally conscious groups, organizations and schools from around Trinidad & Tobago who have been doing excellent work to conserve, protect, rehabilitate and raise awareness about our nation’s wildlife, ecosystems and natural environment. Groups in attendance included: Nature Seekers; Plastikeep; SWMCOL; Green Fund
EMA and EMA Youth Ambassadors; Apiculture Co-operative Society Ltd (ATTAC); Fondes Amandes Reforestation; Green Warriors TT; ESP Jr.; Caribbean Youth Environmental Network (CYEN-TT); LittleDale's Sanctuary & GreenBalance TT; Smart Energy; Central Pathfinders Environmental Foundation; San Antonio Green Market; Wild Foul Trust; Field Naturalist's Club; Asa Wright Nature Centre (AWNC); Parvati Girls ClimaQuest boardgame.