WELCOME TO CEG

Our mission is to inspire and promote impactful solutions to some of the most critical issues we face through the power of civic engagement.

 

OUR LOCAL IMPACT

 
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OUTREACH

Outreach is close to our hearts. We believe that the best solutions for society come from within and we will make it our mission to build awareness.

COMMUNITY SUPPORT

CEG aims to join the local community groups who share the same environmental empowerment as we do. We have been driven by the hearts, minds and souls of our community and we look forward to banding with them and providing support and resources.

ADVOCACY

Advocacy is an essential pillar of our movement. There is strength in numbers, and we work to inform and encourage others to take a stand for what they believe in.

GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS

At CEG members have portfolios along with their responsibilities, we refer to these as "Chapters". Government affairs falls within the CEO & Founder chapter that focuses on local policy and legislation not limited to environmental policy, plastic ban, mangrove protection, sustainable development and any other environmental policy and legislations that should be implemented or adhered to. CEG will utilize it's knowledge and experience around policy and legislation to help steer these important pieces to fruition. We also aim to assist any environmental organizations at no cost with the drafting of any policy.

OUR ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION MOVEMENT

Empowering the Community

At the heart of CEG we encompass to align our core model to focus on the global impact of Climate, Ecological and Health Crisis issues and doing our part to bring awareness locally and globally to the matters.

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OUR RELATIONSHIP WITH NATURE

"For too long we have been waging a senseless and suicidal war on nature"

Antonio Guterres United Nations Secretary General

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CLIMATE

Be a Force for Good

Our Islands aren't strangers to climate change nor are we invisible to it. We will be conducting our own impact assessment of how the Cayman Islands has been affected by climate change and address areas of concern that needs to be looked at.

OCEAN

Restoring Balance

Our oceans faces many challenges as it displays symptoms of climate change including plastic pollution. Research is showing that if we don't act now to close the tap on plastic entering our oceans, the marine life is in danger of a rapid depletion.

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Find out more about the opportunities available to help out.