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Video based training and complementary study resources
Our platform offers more than 500 video lessons in Secondary Schools subjects. Climate Change and Sustainability. Register/Login for full access.Take our CAPE Complete courses to ssupport your classroom work.
The Carbon Zero Institute of Trinidad and Tobago (“CZITT”), began operations in early 2017 as the Carbon Zero Initiative of Trinidad and Tobago. Our vision is for Trinidad and Tobago to be a carbon neutral country and a leader in sustainable practices. CZITT targeted secondary schools where we continue to engage with the next generation of leaders, the ones who future generations will depend on to do things better. Over the three years we have had more than 500 activities with secondary schools, including a Climate Leadership Academy, our 1000 Trees Challenge and two successful Seasons of the National Secondary Schools Climate Quiz. We have also conducted Workshops for Students on Solar Power and for Teachers on Climate Change. CZITT partnered with corporations and higher learning institutions in practical projects to reduce and offset carbon emissions.
In early 2020, CZITT moved from being an Initiative to an Institute, in order to add more focus on Research and Partnering, and to expand operations elsewhere in the Caribbean. Immediately following our name change, the world was struck with the COVID-19 pandemic, one outcome of which was that schools in the Caribbean were closed. This affected more than 600,000 secondary school students in the Caribbean. CZITT quickly responded to the void created in education by creating this Platform which we believe will help define the future of Caribbean education. Please use and share.
His Excellency Justice Anthony Carmona SC ORTT
Fifth and Former President of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago,
Patron of CZITT
“I have faith in what CZITT is doing. Because you are invoking in fact a force, an army, that will not surrender. And I am talking about our children.”