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Restaurants to get tips on how reusables can work in Bermuda

Restaurateurs can learn this week about how reusable schemes that have been introduced around the world can also be used in Bermuda. Different approaches to being more environmentally friendly will be covered in a free webinar at 10am on Tuesday. […]

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Webinar On Reusable Schemes For Restaurants

Beyond Plastic Bermuda will host free webinar entitled, “Reusables For Bermuda’s Restaurants”, on Tuesday [Sept 27], at 10:00am. A spokesperson said, “Beyond Plastic Bermuda is very pleased to announce it is hosting a free webinar to be presented by the […]

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Tributes paid to Stuart Hayward, ‘a man for all seasons’

The life and work of a visionary environmental campaigner who strived to challenge the status quo was celebrated at a ceremony in Warwick on Saturday. Hundreds of friends, colleagues and supporters of Stuart Jackson Hayward gathered at the Riddell’s Bay […]

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Shark Hole cliff house excavation stopped

A “stop work” order has been placed on a controversial project to clear an area of Harrington Sound Road that was once protected as coastal reserve. A spokesman for the Ministry of Home Affairs confirmed that the “stop work” order […]

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Appeal launched for Stuart Hayward scholarship Owain Johnston-Barnes

An online fundraising campaign has been launched to create a scholarship programme to pay tribute to a celebrated Bermudian environmentalist. A GoFundMe campaign started by Jamie Bacon, the wife of the late Stuart Hayward, says that she hopes to raise funds […]

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Travesty of land use in Bermuda

With the new cliffside construction on Harrington Sound Road, we continue to witness the destruction of our precious shorelines and valuable undeveloped green spaces. Parliament passed the Tucker’s Point Resort Residential Special Development Order in 2011. The SDO allowed for […]

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Charity warns of ‘piecemeal destruction of protected open spaces’

Another charity has joined in objections to a development on land previously zoned as coastal reserve. Janice Hetzel, president of the Bermuda Audubon Society, said in an opinion piece that further construction on formerly protected open spaces would come unless there was public outcry. […]

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Huge public outcry needed to halt ‘desecration’ of island’s green spaces, says BNT

The “desecration” of Bermuda’s environment will continue unless there is a huge public outcry to stop development of green spaces, according to the Bermuda National Trust. The comments came after work started to clear a site on Harrington Sound Road […]

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Have a reusable Cup Match

Opinion by Katie Berry & Erich Hetzel, The Royal Gazette, July 14, 2022 Cup Match is back in all its pre-Covid glory and the excitement is tangible. Somerset or St George’s, win or lose, each and every one of us […]

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