Coastal Zone Management Unit: No to Captive Dolphins in Barbados

Thank you for your continued support for the protection of marine species and conservation of marine protected areas around Barbados (and the rest of the Caribbean).

Please sign this petition if you think it is the right thing to do. Thank you!

(ROYALTY FREE PROTEST IMAGE) The response has been very positive to what so many in the environmental community want to see happen for Barbados -- that is more protection and management of our existing natural resources. Please continue to share this message.

(ROYALTY FREE PROTEST IMAGE) The response has been very positive to what so many in the environmental community want to see happen for Barbados — that is more protection and management of our existing natural resources. Please continue to share this message.

It is important because:

As of July 2, 2014 the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) reports that many of the region’s coral reefs will vanish in the next 20 years if more is not done to protect them and regional marine surveys say that up to 50% of coral reefs have declined since the 1970s. Check out the article on BBC News!

  • Thanks for caring and making your voice heard.

Future Centre Trust

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