Understanding the Basics of the Climate Crisis

News  |  September 27, 2022

Making sense of global warming, the changing climate and what it means for the earth is mandatory if we’re going to understand how best to tackle it all. Here we dive into the basics in an effort to solidify out knowledge of the complex issues of the climate crisis. Are Cli... Read more

KBB calls for people to join island-wide coastal clean-ups

News  |  September 27, 2022

Residents were told this week that taking part in island-wide coastal clean-ups is “essential” to help reduce ocean pollution. Keep Bermuda Beautiful announced that its annual event will cover more than 60 beaches and shorelines from September 29 to October 9. A spokes... Read more

KBB EMBARKS ON POST FIONA COASTAL CLEAN-UP

News  |  September 27, 2022

“Daunting but not insurmountable!” Such was the response of KBB Executive Director Traci Burgess when asked of the arduous task of effecting a clean-up of Bermuda’s coastline, one bruised and battered by the recent, passage of Hurricane Fiona, which seriously eroded man... Read more

Community bands together to clear 110,000lb of rubbish from Pembroke lot

News  |  September 23, 2022

Tonnes of waste were cleared from an empty Pembroke lot as part of a community effort to improve a Curving Avenue neighbourhood. Traci Burgess, executive director of Keep Bermuda Beautiful, said more than 110,000lb of waste, debris, trash and recyclables were hauled from the ... Read more

BUEI to host second Youth Climate Summit

Articles, News  |  September 14, 2022

Bermuda’s younger voices will continue the global dialogue on climate change with the island’s second Youth Climate Summit hosted by a leading ocean conservation group. Last year, the Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute brought international youth speakers together w... Read more

Visiting Rotarians clean up as mangrove project takes root

Articles, News  |  September 12, 2022

A landmark project to save vital mangrove forests from further degeneration has moved a step closer after a botanist spearheading the plan visited the island. Christopher Puttock was part of a delegation of more than 200 members of Rotary groups from North America who visited... Read more

The real cost of plastic water bottles

Articles, News  |  September 7, 2022

Bottled water companies are clever. Crystal-clear, natural-looking springs, lush greenery and striking flowers dominate their advertising. Endorsements from world-class athletes and admired personalities add further to the belief that by drinking bottled water you are cleansing ... Read more

Hurricane Season Post-Storm Clean-up Tips

News  |  September 6, 2022

Hurricane season is from June 1st to November 30th. The Atlantic basin, home to our beautiful island of Bermuda, tends to endure frequent hurricane activity.  Preparing for an approaching storm includes securing your personal property to minimize the risk of damage and t... Read more

Hurricane Season Pre-Storm Preparation Tips

News  |  September 6, 2022

Hurricane season is from June 1st to November 30th. The Atlantic basin, home to our beautiful island of Bermuda, tends to endure frequent hurricane activity.  Preparing for an approaching storm includes securing your personal property to minimize the risk of damage and t... Read more

Rotary Youth Learn Importance Of Mangroves

Articles, News  |  September 6, 2022

Rotary youth have learned about the importance of mangroves and their “impact on protecting shorelines and becoming habitats for breeding sea life.” A spokesperson said, “This weekend witnessed over 100 Rotarians descending onto Dockyard’s shores to meet Bermudian Rot... Read more