There are a number of ways in which we can begin to live in a more environmentally conscious way in Trinidad & Tobago. There are organisations and companies that are working towards facilitating the change to a more 'green' T&T that some people may not be aware of. If you belong to an organisation or company that would like to be listed on this page, please send an email to so that we can include you. Here's a list of small changes you can make right now that will help to bring about a big change.

  1. Reduce the volume of plastics deposited in Trinidad’s dumps
    LEARN HOW with Plastikeep

  2. Use environmentally-friendly packaging instead of styrofoam
    LEARN HOW with Hello Green

  3. Recycle your batteries
    LEARN HOW with Green Warriors

  4. Properly dispose of E-Waste or Hazardous Electronic Waste such as computer systems, monitors, laptops, televisions, VHS, DVD players, medical & bio-medical equipment, copiers, printers, telecommunication and networking equipment, handheld devices, cellular phones, batteries, microwaves, air-condition units and any other type of electronics.
    LEARN HOW with Recyclage E-Waste Management Limited

  5. Use solar energy
    LEARN HOW with SMART energy


Take action to support renewable energies in Trinidad & Tobago

We are addressing this petition to the Ministry of Energy and Energy Industries​, Government of Trinidad and Tobago to support the growth and development of the renewable energy industry. We are calling for them to make a change in legislation to facilitate homeowners implementing solar panels; provide subsidies for renewable energy businesses and remove VAT tariffs to encourage home installations; and carry out large scale national projects to produce wind and solar energy locally.


Ban the usage of Polystyrene containers in Trinidad and Tobago

Styrofoam, also known as Polystyrene, a commonly used product in Trinidad and Tobago has many detrimental impacts to to our health and the environment. Especially when heated, toxic chemicals can seep out of it contaminating our food and can result in negative impacts on human health. Furthermore, Styrofoam is often discarded as litter, polluting our streets, oceans and bays, takes hundreds of years to decompose, and is known to break into small pieces choking animals. Other smaller islands have made the necessary steps towards implementing policies to ban these harmful products from being used.


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