Iwokrama engages students on conservation

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The Iwokrama International Centre for Rain Forest Conservation and Development (Iwokrama) recently had the opportunity to engage two hundred and eighty (280) students from four (4) schools on the Centre’s work and a myriad of environmental topics.

From October 29th to November 2nd, the Centre’s staff visited Westfield Primary, Cummings Lodge Secondary and Graham’s Hall Primary, and had the privilege of hosting the Tuschen Deaf Academy in the board room of the High Street office.

Presentations and discussions were focused on protected areas, biodiversity, climate change, sustainable development, sustainable tourism and the Centre’s work. The sessions were interactive, and students were given the opportunity to win small tokens by correctly answering questions.

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