June 8th, 2018

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"One Water" Photo Competition- Wastewater as a Resource

The Global Environment Facility funded Caribbean Regional Fund for Wastewater Management (GEF CReW) Project and the United Nations Environment Caribbean Environment Programme are having a Photo Competition under the theme Wastewater as a Resource. 

The GEF CReW "One Water" Photo Competition is a part of the efforts of the project to increase knowledge and influence positive attitudes towards and perceptions of wastewater using visual representation of the opportunities for treated or partially treated wastewater reuse. The competition aims to demonstrate the importance of good wastewater management practices as crucial in reducing the pollutants that enter our waters. It also seeks to promote more planned use of treated wastewater by demonstrating real examples of how wastewater is being or can be used reused as a resource. The scope of the competition is unlimited and may provide examples that can be considered for replication across the Wider Caribbean Region, where feasible.  “One water” is selected as the name of the competition as it adequately denotes that all wastewater returns to the earth to become the water we once again use in everyday life and is therefore just as valuable.

Deadline: JUNE 5, 2017. Winners to be announced on World Ocean's Day- June 8, 2017


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Organization Name
GEF Caribbean Regional Fund for Wastewater Management (CReW) & United Nations Environment Caribbean Environment Programme (CEP)
Organization Type
Other International Organisation
Member of Aquarium Conservation Partnership (ACP)
Participant in AZA's SAFE Campaign


As part of our celebration, we plan to do the following:
  • Event is open to the public
  • Media would be welcome
  • Event will include some special activities or engagements for youth and/or young adults
    Under 12,Ages 12-18,College/University Age
  • The event will touch on the following themes:
    Ocean & climate,Marine biodiversity,Ocean science,Ocean governance,Marine pollution
  • Event will be highlighting organization's own efforts to reduce use of plastic


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