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BEST practice for our energy future

In a report by the United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, released on October 8, the world’s leading climate scientists warned that there is only a dozen years for global warming to be capped at a maximum of 1.5C. […]

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Bermuda’s National Tourism Plan Released

A new National Tourism Plan for Bermuda was unveiled at the Bermuda Tourism Summit today [Oct 24], detailing the country’s roadmap to success for a balanced and growing tourism industry through 2025 A BTA spokesperson said that a “wide cross-section of the island’s […]

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Call to action on climate change

By Glenn Fubler The United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change published a report last week that deserves close attention. While three years ago, the historic Paris Conference concluded with a consensus limiting any median temperature rise to 2C, this latest […]

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Weldon Wade, Sue Khan To Speak At Eco Series

Bermuda Environmental Sustainability Taskforce [BEST] and the Bermuda College announced that Weldon Wade and Sue Kahn will be the presenters for the second in their series of Eco Lunch & Learns on Thursday, October 25th. Well known environmentalist and community advocate, Weldon Wade, […]

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Column: Protecting Our Marine Environment

[Written by environmental charity Greenrock] How fortunate we are that the powerful Hurricane Florence took a more Westerly route on its recent course. While our thoughts go out to those impacted by the storm on the US mainland, Hurricane Florence […]

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BEST & Bermuda College Partner On Eco Series

BEST and Bermuda College will host a series of lectures aimed at providing discussion on environmental issues. A spokesperson said, “On the last Thursday of every month from September 2018 through April, 2019, BEST and Bermuda College will host a […]

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Illegal fishing could wipe out grouper stock

The apparent illegal capture of at least seven black grouper fish is under investigation by the Government’s fisheries department. A short video clip on social media shows a boat with the protected species, also known as rockfish, lying motionless on […]

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Meet the man hunting shipwrecks in the Bermuda Triangle

Bermuda’s unique environment, one so small could be representative of the whole: http://cnn.it/2v95gt4

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Government intervenes over Shelly Bay

The Government made an about-turn last night on plans to house beach concessions in old shipping containers on Shelly Bay Beach. Jamahl Simmons, the Minister of Economic Development and Tourism, confirmed that the Bermuda Tourism Authority plans for Shelly Bay […]

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