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Our website is seen as an important source of information on biodiversity in the UKOTs and its conservation, and on some other aspects of their heritage. It has proved impossible in recent years to get grant-aid to fund this general but important work. Now is the time to ask you to help us continue to both manage this site and our project activities for conservation and environmental education. If everyone reading this now gave a small amount, our fundraising for the year would be done in a week.

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Darwin Plus launches new call for projects in UKOTs
The UK Government has announced a new call for projects in the UKOTs. Read more
UKOT Biodiversity Strategy Update
The update gives examples of ongoing and planned activities under the UK Government's Biodiversity Strategy. Read more
Government response to EAC inquiry report
The Government’s response to the Environmental Audit Committee report on Sustainability in the UK's Overseas Territories has been published. Read more
Overseas Territories Joint Ministerial Council communiqué
Overseas Territories Joint Ministerial Council meetings take place in London. Read more
Bermuda Ombudsman reports on legal status of Charters
The Bermuda Ombudsman has published a report which looks at the legal status of the Environment Charters Read more
Responses to EAC inquiry published
The Environmental Audit Committee has published the responses to its inquiry on sustainability in the UKOTs. Read more
Discounts on visits to South Georgia, South Sandwich Islands, Falkland Islands and Antarctica
Oceanwide Expeditions are offering discounts on some places on a range of voyages in the 2013-14 season involving combinations of South Atlantic Islands and Antarctica. Read more
Environment Audit Committee launches inquiry into sustainability in UKOTs
The UK Parliament's Environmental Audit Committee has today launched a new inquiry on sustainability in the UK Overseas Territories (UKOTs). Read More
UKOT/CD Gibraltar Conservation Conference 2015 announced
Following many requests from the territories, UKOTCF and HM Government of Gibraltar are delighted to announce that the next UKOTCF conference will be held in Gibraltar in July 2015. More details
"Birding in Paradise"
Guide booklets on bird-watching in each of the main Turks and Caicos Islands have been published by UKOTCF and the Turks & Caicos National Museum.
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Workshop on EAC's report published
Full report of the discussions from the workshop held on EAC's is published. Read more
Workshop with EAC to encourage protection of biodiversity
UKOTCF hosts workshop with EAC to encourage UK Government to protect threatened UK biodiversity Read more
Management of Marine Resources in Gibraltar’s Waters
The Government of Gibraltar publishes a report which analyses the management of marine resources in Gibraltar's waters.Read more
Virtual tours of territories
Virtual Tour for the British Virgin Islands joins Pitcairn, Montserrat and TCI.
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