Environmental Fridays - Season III, Episode 2: A Nature Park in an Oilfield by Jaleen West

Join us this morning Friday, September 23, 2022, for EnvironmentalFridays, Episode 2 at 9:30amEST to listen and learn about an amazing conservation effort in Trinidad - A Nature Park in an Oilfield- with Pointe-a-Pierre (P-a-P) Wildfowl Trust Senior Education Officer Jaleen West.

Also present will be President Molly R. Gaskin and Vice President Karilyn G. D. Shephard of the P-a-P Wildfowl Trust.

Our co-host for Episode2 is Constituency Service Officer Melika Walter for the Honorable Pennelope Beckles, Minster of Planning and Development for the Government of Trinidad and Tobago.

See below for the bio of our guest speaker, P-a-P Wildfowl leadership, and co-host.

The Zoom Meeting link is: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/85270285938?pwd=REpoc3VjVkdRN1dJRkkvbDd2eHJvZz09.

Meeting ID: 852 7028 5938

Passcode: 948025

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 Jaleen West is a young and aspiring environmental conservationist who works as an Education Officer at the Pointea-Pierre Wildfowl Trust in Trinidad. A graduate of the University of the West Indies, Jaleen holds a BSc in International Tourism Management but found her passion in Environmental Education and Public Awareness. Jaleen oversees the P-a-P Wildfowl Trust's aviculture programmes for the research, breeding and release of locally endangered waterfowl and wetland birds as well as the Trust's Environmental education and Public Awareness programmes designed to sensitize visitors and students to the importance of wise use of our natural resources. Her aim is to instill a sense of pride in the country's young people that they may know and understand that there is only one place to call home, Earth and that they MUST protect it.