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We must protect our woodland reserves

RG Opinion Article by David Wingate Natural treasure: Bermuda is an island of scenic beauty and biological diversity that must be preserved If the application recently submitted for a quarrying operation on a vacant lot at 9 Judkin Lane, Hamilton […]

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Protecting our conservation zones

Dear Sir, The Bermuda Audubon Society has written to home affairs minister Walter Roban in support of the Bermuda National Trust’s appeal against the granting of the Judkin Lane quarrying application. We would like to address some misconceptions regarding the […]

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The way forward on plastics: option 2

RG Opinion article by Sophia Collis, BEST summer intern 2019 The second option available for ridding Bermuda of plastic waste involves taxing single-use plastics on importation and lowering duties on alternatives. The target area to focus on should be the […]

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Planning the way forward on plastics: option 1

RG Opinion article by Sophia Collis, BEST summer intern 2019 There are two types of policy instruments that can be used to reduce plastic use. Ranging from municipal to intergovernmental levels, the number of policies on single-use plastics has more […]

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Working towards a plastics solution

RG Opinion article by Sophia Collis, BEST Summer Intern 2019 *This is the first in a series of articles addressing the need to reduce plastic waste in Bermuda “Plastic, a material invented to last for ever, can no longer be […]

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Grow your own and save the planet

People should grow their own food in backyard farms to help the island combat climate change, a farming expert has said. Chris Faria, who is aiming to set up a training centre on farmland in Bermuda, outlined the benefits of […]

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Chris Faria

Eco Lunch & Learn – Fall Series #2 Healthy Soil, Healthy People, Healthy Community Growing Biointensive Sustainable Mini-farming: Combat climate change by growing your own food.    

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Break Up with Plastics!

Our relationship with plastic is NOT working. Take the pledge at cleanseas.org  

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Eco Lunch & Learn Tackles Environmental Issues

The Bermuda Environmental Sustainability Taskforce [BEST] and Bermuda College have kicked off a new season of topics for their Eco Lunch & Learn Series II. The series runs on the last Thursday of each month for September, October and November 2019, resuming in February, […]

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