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Sargussum Seaweed in Tobago, Leads Authorities to Take Action

SEAWEED  WEB 2Various stakeholders in Tobago are discussing the ongoing sargassum sea weed problem affecting several of the island’s beaches.

The Agriculture Division of the Tobago House of Division is intensifying efforts to rid affected beaches of the sea weed.

Some fisherfolk have indicated that the proliferation of sea weed is impacting on their livelihood.

Agriculture Secretary, Godwin Adams, speaking at the recent post executive council media briefing confirmed that the Assembly to collaborate with other stake holders in cleaning the affected beaches.

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Tobago House of Assembly Agriculture Secretary, Godwin Adams

Meanwhile, Tobago Emergency Management Agency Director, Allan Stewart, in an interview said the situation is serious and members of the public are advised to avoid affected beaches.

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Tobago Emergency Management Agency Director, Allan Stewart.

 

 

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