IAMovement is a non-profit organization which was founded in 2014 by a group of young people in Trinidad & Tobago who felt a strong common need to effect positive environmental and social change. We do so through activities and events to educate and empower others, raise awareness on key social, environmental and economic issues, and have become a platform for discussion and dialogue on important issues at a national level.

Current Activities

Climate Talk

Climate Talk takes the climate conversation forward in T&T. Under Climate Talk, the short documentary film “Small Change” produced by IAMovement is being shown in some 40 schools, organizations and public spaces throughout 2017, accompanied by interactive open floor discussions about the many social, economic and environmental benefits which T&T can experience by ‘going green’. Other activities include the production of a short 3-minute infographic video on Renewable Energies and Energy Efficiency in T&T, and the SERVOL Organic School Garden Programme.

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First Food-Producing Green Roof in POS

We have set out to create a beautiful, food-producing rooftop garden on the Ministry of Education building in Port of Spain, having discovered that the building itself is already outfitted and engineered for a green roof but is not being used in this way. The garden design symbolizes functional beauty and will provide numerous benefits. The goal of this project is to increase respect for nature and agriculture in our society, and in our education curriculum. It will be the first of its kind in T&T. IAMovement is currently in the process of raising funds for this project, through public contributions, grants, and/or through one or several larger partners to meet funding needs. If you’d like to help raise funds for this project or know of a potential partner, please get in touch with us here.

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Diplomatic Partners

Collaborating Partners

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