The Jamaica Environment Trust (JET) has been delivering environmental education programmes in Jamaican schools and communities for over two decades. Our flagship environmental education programme, the Schools’ Environment Programme (SEP) was established in 1997, and is the longest running programme of its kind in Jamaica. JET is also national coordinator of International Coastal Cleanup Day activities in Jamaica, which takes place annually in September. Currently, our largest environmental education project is the Clean Coasts Project, which includes the Nuh Dutty Up Jamaica public education campaign.

International Coastal Cleanup Day Jamaica

  International Coastal Cleanup (ICC) Day takes place on the third Saturday in September every year, and is the largest one-day volunteer event in the world. For over three¬†decades, the Ocean Conservancy in Texas has been coordinating volunteers across the globe...

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The Clean Coasts Project & Nuh Dutty Up Jamaica

  The Clean Coasts Project (CCP) began as a partnership between the Tourism Enhancement Fund (TEF) and the Jamaica Environment Trust (JET). Launched in 2014, Phase I included:Launch of the Nuh Dutty Up Jamaica public education campaign in...

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Schools’ Environment Programme

  SEP is the longest running programme of its kind in Jamaica, having been delivered in over 350 Jamaican schools, with an estimated reach of over 400,000 students and 700 teachers for over two decades. It is the Jamaica Environment Trust's...

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