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12 January 2007
On 12 January 2007 Cayman Net News reported:
After a two year absence, the island of little Cayman will soon benefit from the support of two Department of Environment (DoE) officers.
Global Good News service views this news as a sign of rising positivity in the field of government, documenting the growth of life-supporting, evolutionary trends.
The appointment of two officers rather than a single one, has been praised as a demonstration of little Cayman's devotion to protecting its environment, and residents have expressed their delight with the plan. DoE officers will not only be in charge of protecting the island's natural marine and land environments, but will also provide safety services for residents and tourists.
After completing their training, the officers will begin working on a variety of tasks, including mooring maintenance, enforcing the Marine Conservation Law, providing public education on environmental issues, performing oil spill response if needed, conducting field surveys for environmental impact assessments, assist scientists with date collection, and working extensively in terrestrial conservation. They will also be protecting the booby colony, turtle nesting, and assisting with biodiversity studies.
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