About GAIA

OUR STORY

Green Alternatives in Action (GAIA) is primarily a sustainable development consulting firm whose focus is building sustainability into the operations of both public and private sector entities in Trinidad and Tobago (T&T).

The main objectives of sustainability are to minimise the environmental impacts of any operation through improved energy, water, waste and CSR management programmes. This may lead to reduced operating costs, enhanced image, increased customer loyalty and encouraging employees to become engaged and involved in their work, thereby lowering costs associated with high employee turnover.

Essentially, GAIA promotes sustainable development as an integral and economically viable option for our local economy by offering cost effective business services and solutions to our clients, fostering strategic partnerships, increasing education and awareness and encouraging environmental and social responsibility across all levels of stakeholders.

We specialize in:

  • Planning, development and implementation of sustainable development projects
  • Sustainable event management for trade shows, conferences, award shows, workshops, etc.
  • Environmental training and information management
  • Realistic strategic services

WHO ARE WE?

Tisha Marajh Gaia Caribbean

Tisha Marajh, Owner and Lead Consultant at GAIA

Tisha Marajh is the Owner and Principal Consultant at Green Alternatives in Action (GAIA). She was the Regional Consultant for Tetra Pak (Recycling and Sustainability – Trinidad and Tobago, Barbados, Guyana and Suriname), Manager of Corporate Relations and Public Education/Corporate Secretary at the Environmental Management Authority (EMA) and former Board Director of the Community-Based Environmental Protection and Enhancement Programme (CEPEP) Company Limited.

Tisha studied at York University, Ontario, Canada, qualifying with specialized graduate and undergraduate degrees in the areas of environmental management and sustainable development. She has worked extensively in the field in North America, Europe, Latin America and the Caribbean. She also has training and multi-level experience in education, communication, marketing, ‘green’ event management and programme development.

Her duties at GAIA include the management of all aspects of marketing and public relations, coordination and programme implementation, stakeholder engagement and now, pioneering the first ever private-public waste management partnership in T&T.