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BERMUDA’S ECO SCHOOL PROGRAMME
January 19 2015 BEST has recently become affiliated with Greenrock’s very successful Bermuda Eco School Programme. http://www.royalgazette.com/article/20150119/NEWS05/150119716Read more
BEST comments on America’s Cup 35
http://www.royalgazette.com/article/20141208/NEWS25/14120971 http://bernews.com/2014/12/best-welcomes-americas-cup/Read more
What would Bermuda be like without BEST?
Every summer The Bermuda Environmental Sustainability Taskforce (BEST) takes on an intern or two. One of our interns this summer, Emma Franklin, has written an essay about “What would Bermuda be like without BEST”, expressing her opinion about what BEST […]Read more
Pembroke Marsh – “Will it Ever be a Park or is it Pure Folly?
Every summer The Bermuda Environmental Sustainability Taskforce (BEST) takes on an intern or two. They give voluntarily of their time and we integrate them into our office. We also help them choose and complete an environmentally-related project. One of our […]Read more
The latest UKOTCF Wider Caribbean Working Group e-Newsletter is now available with interesting, informative articles with local items from the Bermuda National Trust, Bermuda Audubon socienty and Conservation Services. There are reports on other Caribbean countries environmental work and an […]Read more
Blueprint for Sustainability
This Blueprint has been developed following requests for input on what BEST believes to be the critical ingredients of an environmental platform. It is intended to outline what it means to be a sustainable community and what it will take to get there.Read more
Bermuda Shipping Channel Study Analysis & Response
BEST Analysis of and Response to the Bermuda Shipping Channel StudyRead more
The Role of Agriculture in Bermuda’s Future
Recently a report on the role of agriculture in Bermuda’s future was written by Aran McKittrick. An excerpt of the Executive Summary is below. Please see the below link to the full PDF report. Bermuda has lost an estimated 87% of […]Read more