The Cropper Foundation has released a case study on environmental justice through citizen journalism.
The case study was developed under the project ‘Powering Innovations in Civil Society and Enterprises for Sustainability in the Caribbean (PISCES)’ that aims to support innovative actions by civil society and coastal community small and micro-enterprises for conservation of marine and coastal biodiversity and development of sustainable and resilient livelihoods.
This case study aims to document recent efforts undertaken in Trinidad and Tobago by The Cropper Foundation and a network of Civil Society Organisations (CSOs), in the development of a citizen journalism network as a mechanism for advocacy and communicating local knowledge, that can be applied to the conservation and management of marine protected areas/ marine managed areas (MPAs/MMAs) in Caribbean territories.
Learn more about the Case Study on Environmental justice through citizen journalism by clicking the link here: https://spark.adobe.com/page/6KwcjSsUzoxhq/
The Cropper Foundation activities are relevant to SDGs 16,14, 13,10,15.