Climate change fund projects 2014

Youth in action for mangrove on a field trip with children Enlarge image Youth in action for mangrove on a field trip with children (© SORTS)

A excerpt of the A speech held by Dr Frank-Walter Steinmeier, Federal Minister for Foreign Affairs:  

“Climate change as an international policy challenge”

But even with the most ambitious climate targets, Europe cannot turn things around on its own. Emerging powers such as China, Brazil and India are not only some of the biggest CO2 emitters, but are also influential players in international climate and energy policy. We have not yet found a way of involving these countries closely in the climate negotiations and ensuring their commitment to the process."

The German Embassy in Port of Spain is joining forces with partners in the region to do our share!

 

A student at the Diego Martin Central Secondary during the quizz

The Renewable Energy Education Project

The Renewable Energy Education Project 2015 engaged students, teachers and guardians from four secondary schools across Trinidad and Tobago from November 2014 to April 2015. It combined film, games, p...

German Embassy sponsors Film Series on Climate Change

In its continues efforts to raise awareness on climate change Green Screen is back! Sustain T&Ts environmental film series showed feature movies starting 28th of October 2014 in different locations in...

Biogas workshops

Workshop on the suitability of Biogas Technology and Renewable Energy Systems

The German Embassy in Trinidad and Tobago is proud to sponsor a series of workshops on biogas technology and renewable energy systems. The workshops take place in the month of April 2014 in The Univer...

Dr Frank-Walter Steinmeier's speech on climate change as an international policy challenge

Federal Foreign Minister Dr Frank-Walter Steinmeier

Minister Steinmeier on the challenges of "climate diplomacy".

Climate Diplomacy Day on 9 September 2014

Climate Diplomacy Day on 9 September 2014

A delegation of British and German diplomats traveled to Tobago to meet representatives of sponsored projects. The trip was crowned by a guided tour of the Gilpin Trace by Mr. Newton George.