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Reefs & Pollution: a Voices for Climate Change Education PSA

Voices for Climate Change Education ambassador Everton Nelson, "Jamaican Sammy Junior", is here to tell us about the importance of protecting reefs: "if you spit in the sky, it will fall in your eyes". #WeHaffiChange

Special thanks to our partners the Planning Institute of Jamaica,  the Pilot Program for Climate Resilience (PPCR) Jamaica, the Climate Investment Funds, the World Bank, the Forestry Department of Jamaica, and the Climate Change Division - Jamaica (CCD Jamaica). Join them on Twitter!

Climate Change is My Business, #2: a Voices for Climate Change Education PSA

Voices for Climate Change Education artists Amechie, Slyce SO3 and Rohan Shakes share why climate change is their business. Is it yours?

Special thanks to our partners the Planning Institute of Jamaica,  the Pilot Program for Climate Resilience (PPCR) Jamaica, the Climate Investment Funds, the World Bank, the Forestry Department of Jamaica, and the Climate Change Division - Jamaica (CCD Jamaica). Join them on Twitter!

Climate Change Education, Part 2: a Voices for Climate Change Education PSA

It’s back to school time and a good time to recall just why it is never too early to teach children about climate change. Thanks to our friends at Exchange All Age, St. Ann, Jamaica, with support from PPCR JA, Climate Investment Funds, World Bank, Climate Change Adaptation and Disaster Risk Reduction Project Jamaica, Environmental Foundation of Jamaica! #WeHaffiChange #CommunityClimateAction #GetClimateReady

Building Community Resilience, Part II: a Voices for Climate Change Education 2019 PSA

With support from PPCR JA, Voices for Climate Change Education artists have been encouraging #ClimateAction in Lionel Town, Rocky Point, Ridge Red Bank and White River, Jamaica since April. Here's a look at how they've been using their talent & putting the #MessageInTheMusic.

Water Harvesting: a Voices for Climate Change Education 2019 PSA

Harvesting and storing rainwater for use during periods of reduced water supply is one way we can adapt to our changing climate conditions. Check out what Bustamante High School, Clarendon, Jamaica is doing with support from PPCR JA, Climate Investment Funds, World Bank, Climate Change Adaptation and Disaster Risk Reduction Project Jamaica, Environmental Foundation of Jamaica. #WeHaffiChange #CommunityClimateAction #GetClimateReady

Protected Agriculture: a Voices for Climate Change Education 2019 PSA

Thanks to funding through the Pilot Program for Climate Resilience (PPCR) Jamaica, students at Bustamante High School, Clarendon, Jamaica are learning first-hand how protected agriculture is an adaptation option for climate change that helps ensure food and nutrition security.

Special thanks to our partners the Planning Institute of Jamaica,  the Pilot Program for Climate Resilience (PPCR) Jamaica, the Climate Investment Funds, the World Bank, the Forestry Department of Jamaica, and the Climate Change Division - Jamaica (CCD Jamaica). Join them on Twitter!

#PlantATree #WeHaffiChange #CommunityClimateAction #Smartandsteady 

Deforestation: a Voices for Climate Change Education 2019 PSA

Trees are a part of our climate solution.  Don’t cut the ones we have and plant more.

Special thanks to our partners the Planning Institute of Jamaica,  the Pilot Program for Climate Resilience (PPCR) Jamaica, the Climate Investment Funds, the World Bank, the Forestry Department of Jamaica, and the Climate Change Division - Jamaica (CCD Jamaica). Join them on Twitter!

#PlantATree #WeHaffiChange #CommunityClimateAction #Smartandsteady 

 

Greenhouse Technology: a Voices for Climate Change Education 2019 PSA

Greenhouses are part of an approach for transforming and reorienting agricultural development under the new realities of climate change.  Check out the greenhouse at Bustamante High School, Clarendon, Jamaica!

This project is supported by @PPCR_JA, @CIF_Action @WorldBank @ClimateChangeJA @The_EFJ #WeHaffiChange #CommunityClimateAction #Smartandsteady

Climate Change is My Business: a Voices for Climate Change Education 2019 PSA

In this latest Panos Caribbean's Voices for Climate Change Education PSA, ambassadors City Lock, Donn Gass and Rebellion share why climate change is their business, and should be yours too!

This video is made possible thanks to partners: the Planning Institute of Jamaica and the Pilot Programme for Climate Resilience - Jamaica's Climate Data and Information Management Project.

Green Energy: a Voices for Climate Change Education 2019 PSA

Solar energy helps reduce future greenhouse gas emissions. Bustamante High School in Clarendon, Jamaica, is setting an example with solar panels that help power the school.

Check out what these students have to say about #ClimateSmartLiving with green energy. #WeHaffiChange 

Education: a Voices for Climate Change Education 2019 PSA

May is child month and Voices for Climate Change Education is seeking to influence children positively to take #CommunityClimateAction. Check out what these teachers at Bustamante High School, Clarendon, Jamaica have to say about climate change education. #WeHaffiChage #ClimateSmartLiving

The National Child Month Committee (NCMC) is calling on citizens to provide a supportive and positive environment for the nation’s children as it prepares to observe Child Month in May under the theme ‘A.F.F.I.R.M Me!’.

Chairman of the NCMC, Dr. Pauline Mullings, explained that A.F.F.I.R.M is an acronym for “Acknowledge me, (Be) Friend Me, Favour Me, Influence me positively, Respect Me, and Motivate Me” and emerged out of calls by children for adults to recognise and validate their worth.