Communication, Education, Training and Awareness (CETA)
Improving environmental management depends on increasing public awareness and involvement, and on the availability of skills to respond to environmental challenges.
The objectives of our communications programme are to:
- Improve educational systems to promote positive attitudinal and behavioural changes on environmental management;
- Develop and implement training programmes for the management of coastal and marine resources;
- Support public awareness efforts by the media, private sector, community-based, and non-governmental organizations to demonstrate the value of marine and coastal resources;
- Increase access to data and information on coastal and marine resource management through strengthening of CEP websites, networks and databases; and
- Disseminate information resulting from the implementation of our projects and activities.
Our main areas of focus are (1) Education and Awareness and (2) Training. This is supported by our presence on Social Media and the development of several promotional and outreach products.
Top Stories from our Communications Desk
- Did you miss our latest infographics about wastewater management from our GEF CReW Project? Check them all out here.
- Our Facebook likes and twitter followers continue to grow. Spread the word.
- What are you doing to celebrate International Biodiversity Day, World Environment Day and World Oceans Day? Share your activities with us.
- Do you want to enroll in the Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) and become part of the #CleanSeas campaign? Please enroll via the website Marine Litter MOOC.
- Did you miss any of our recent news? Check out our latest news here.
- Education and Awareness
CETA supports our Pollution (AMEP) and Marine Biodiversity (SPAW) sub-programmes in the design, maintenance and dissemination of information.
CETA assists our Pollution and Marine Biodiversity sub-programmes to develop and implement technical training programmes and capacity building exercises at national and regional levels.