The Union Island Environmental Alliance (UIEA), a long-standing conservation non-government organisation has launched their new stock footage database. With their website boasting a new clean modern design and user friendly navigation, over 1000 individual images and around 300 video snippets of Union Island are publicly available and free of charge.
The UIEA said in a release that this includes both terrestrial and marine content which are categorized and are available in raw format for professional use. Access to the database can be found through the Union Island Environmental Alliance’s website: unionislandenvironmentalalliance.org under the “Gallery” tab.
The Stock Footage Database is part of the UIEA’s ongoing efforts to empower the people, organizations, and other stakeholders of Union Island along with promoting the island on a local, regional, and global level.
A short tutorial video providing further details on how to access and use the database can be found on the UIEA’s Youtube page.
The Union Island Environmental Alliance Stock Footage Database was created under the Union Island Climate Change Adaptation Project with funding from the Caribbean Biodiversity Fund (CBF), co-financed by the International Climate Initiative (IKI) of the German Federal Ministry for Environment, Nature, Conservation, and Nuclear Safety through KFW, with further generous support by other donors to Fauna & Flora International (FFI) including the Betty Liebert Trust. This database is maintained by the Union Island Environmental Alliance (UIEA). The initial content was funded by Halcyon Land and Sea and is owned by FFI.