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Webinar for transition from plastics

The Bermuda Economic Development Corporation, Beyond Plastic and Butterfield have joined forces to host a four-part webinar series to help small and medium-sized businesses to start planning for the transition away from single-use plastics. The free, hour-long webinars will educate […]

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Government Issue Advisory For Whale Watching

“March through April is the peak time for spotting humpback whales around Bermuda,” and officials urged the public to follow guidelines, noting that “boaters should not get closer than 100 meters” and the “public is also strongly advised not to […]

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Three-year action plan being drafted to protect marine environment

A three-year action plan to bring additional protection for Bermuda’s marine environment in partnership with Britain has begun to be drafted. Walter Roban, the Minister of Home Affairs, told the House of Assembly this morning that efforts to bring the Blue Shield […]

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Environment lunch and learn talks to start next Thursday

An environmental group has teamed up with Bermuda College to bring back a series of events designed to educate people about the environment. The Eco Lunch and Learn series, a joint effort with the Bermuda Environmental Sustainability Taskforce, will start […]

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‘The Rise And Fall Of Bermuda’s Sea Turtle’

Bermuda College and the Bermuda Environmental Sustainability Taskforce [BEST] have announced the return of their Eco Lunch & Learn series on Thursday, February 24. A spokesperson said, “The series begins its winter schedule with an illustrated presentation, ‘The Rise and Fall of Bermuda’s […]

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Single-use plastic laws likely this year as final proposals drafted

Legislation to cut back on single-use plastics in Bermuda is expected to come forward this year, but the details of the proposal are still up for discussion. Walter Roban, the Minister of Home Affairs, said it was possible that a […]

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KBB: “More Than 100 Abandoned Vessels”

“While we’ve identified more than 100 abandoned vessels on moorings, on the seafloor, along coastlines and in our bays, KBB is focussing its initial efforts on the removal of 37 wrecks,” Keep Bermuda Beautiful [KBB] said. A KBB spokesperson said, “Abandoned […]

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Environmental charity questions wave power deal

Green campaigners have hit out at a “conflict of interest” over a controversial Government deal with an energy firm to bring tidal power to Bermuda. The Bermuda Environmental Sustainability Taskforce said the contract with Seabased to develop a wave energy […]

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