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Save Goat Islands 4

Organized by Suzanne Stanley
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Gildan Ultra Cotton T-shirt

The official t-shirt of the Save Goat Islands campaign

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All funds raised will be paid directly to Jamaica Environment Trust for Goat Islands Campaign.
$850 raised
59 items sold of
50 goal
Thanks to our supporters!
Gildan Ultra Cotton T-shirt, Unisex - Black
Gildan Ultra Cotton T-shirt
Unisex - Black
Organized by Suzanne Stanley

About this campaign

In 2013 the Government of Jamaica (GOJ) announced Portland Bight Protected Area including the Goat Islands as the proposed site for a transshipment port. Help raise awareness about the issue and send a message to the GOJ urging them to find a more suitable location for the port

The Portland Bight Protected Area contains significant environmental assets. The coastline includes the largest mangrove system in Jamaica (about 2/3 of all Jamaica’s mangroves, according to land use 1998) which together with extensive sea‐grass beds and coral reefs, likely contains the largest nursery area for fish and shellfish on the island. The land area includes 81 square miles of dry limestone forests and 32 square miles of wetlands. These areas are of high conservation value due to the numbers of vulnerable and endemic species that live there. Overlooking Portland Bight are three tropical dry forests including the largest remaining area of intact dry limestone forest in Jamaica, where 271 plant species have been identified, including 53 that are endemic and found nowhere else on Earth. The PBPA is also home to 44 communities with a total of 50,000 human inhabitants. The area also contains the highest concentration of fishers in Jamaica. The Government of Jamaica is engaged in negotiations with China Harbour Engineering Company (CHEC) to establish a large transshipment port in the Portland Bight Protected Area (PBPA) in the vicinity of the Goat Islands. Help the Jamaica Environment Trust and other concerned citizens raise awareness about this important protected area in Jamaica, and send a message to the GOJ urging them to identify a more suitable location for this transshipment port. All proceeds from sale of the shirts will go to the Save Goat Islands campaign. For more information go to or


Cayle Pearson 2 items

It is unfortunate protected land and animals are in need of protection. Hopefully the support of this campaign can assist in reminding those in control that the island and surrounding habitat is best left the way it is.

Mark Welch 4 items
James Parham 2 items

Because the agreement with the Chinese Corporation is a crime against nature and beauty.

Randi G Kristensen 1 item

1. Mi love everyt'ing whey name Portland inna Jamaica. Except cement. 2. Rule of law: How the place no longer protect just soh? And when you don't protect, don't you is vulnerable, not buildable? 3. Madness = same action expecting different result.

Lisa Lawrence 1 item
Sally and Ted Barrett-Page 1 item


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