Diana McCaulay, founder and CEO of Jamaica Environment Trust (centre), drank from LIME water bottles during International Coastal Clean-up Day activities across Jamaica. She received a water bottle from Mauleen Haynes (left), LIME's employee relations manager, and Courtney Bell (right), LIME's community relations manager presented her with caps, rags and T-shirts for the volunteers. - Contributed
Peter Mohan, manager, University of the West Indies branch, cheerfully carries away a bag of garbage from the Half Moon Bay beach in St Catherine during his International Coastal Clean-up activities. - Contributed
Jacqueline Sharp (centre), Scotiabank president and CEO, led her team of more than 150 volunteers to participate in International Coastal Clean-up activities at the Half Moon Bay beach in St Catherine. - Contributed
Volunteers clean up the beach on International Coastal Clean-up Day 2013 at Fort Rocky, Port Royal Palisadoes Strip, on Saturday, September 21. - Rudolph Brown/Photographer
Courtney Campbell (left), CEO of GraceKennedy Financial Group, and volunteers, clean up the beach on International Coastal Clean-up Day 2013 at Fort Rocky, Port Royal Palisadoes Strip, on Saturday, September 21. - Rudolph Brown/Photographer
On Saturday, September 21, more than 2,000 volunteers converged at Fort Rocky, Palisadoes to assist with beach clean-up activities for International Coastal Clean-up Day. Working behind the scenes, Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) volunteers, Simone Welham (centre) and Trisha Ann Boothe (right) are caught assisting a participant with his equipment for the day. RBC Royal Bank was a main sponsor of this year's International Coastal Clean-up Day through their RBC Blue Water Project. - Contributed
Staff of Scotiabank, Royal Bank of Canada, JN General Insurance, and other members of corporate Jamaica shed suits for work clothes on Saturday, September 21, as they joined the rest of the world to mark International Coastal Clean-up Day.