31 Abandoned Boats To Be Removed

Articles  |  July 21, 2022

31 abandoned and derelict boats –  located in areas including Mullet Bay, Ferry Reach, Coney Island, Stovell Bay and more –  will be “removed and discarded,” the Government has advised. These 31 boats are addition to the notices earlier this year a... Read more

Ariel Re Staff Help To Clean Up Southlands Park

Articles  |  June 27, 2022

Staff from Bermuda-based reinsurance company Ariel Re helped to clean up Southlands Park and Beach in support of Keep Bermuda Beautiful [KBB], one of the island’s environmental non-profit organizations. The 15 volunteers – including Chief Executive Officer ... Read more

Bacardi Working to Reduce Single-Use Plastics

Articles  |  June 8, 2022

Bacardi has partnered with the Beyond Plastic Bermuda campaign, a joint collaboration between Bermuda Environmental Sustainability Taskforce [BEST] and Keep Bermuda Beautiful [KBB], to educate the local community about the dangers of plastic pollution and encourage... Read more

Whitney Students Clean Up In Smith’s

Articles  |  May 25, 2022

The John Smith’s Bay area is much cleaner today thanks to the efforts of Whitney Institute Middle School students, who spent part of yesterday cleaning up the area. The M3 students participated in a KBB Clean Up Day in the John Smiths Bay Area on Tuesday [May 24] whic... Read more

Art Exhibition Raises $30k For KBB & BNG

Articles, News  |  May 24, 2022

Local artist Meredith Andrews has donated $30,000 to Keep Bermuda Beautiful [KBB] and the Bermuda National Gallery [BNG] through proceeds from her recent art exhibition highlighting the impacts of modern living on ocean pollution. A spokesperson said, “I... Read more

Charities gain as photographer turns trash into treasure

Articles  |  May 24, 2022

An award-winning photographer has raised thousands of dollars for charity – by “making something beautiful out of something that is pretty ugly”. Meredith Andrews was commissioned by the Bermuda National Gallery to create an exhibition highlighting the environmental dam... Read more