October 6, 2023

Government of Belize Signs More Protected Areas Co-Management Agreements

Today, the Ministry of Sustainable Development, Climate Change and Disaster Risk Management and some of its conservation partners signed agreements to enter formal public-private partnerships (or [...]
October 5, 2023

Cabinet News: standards for education accreditation, more firefighters and regulation of carbon credits

In the area of fire and emergency safety, the Cabinet gave its approval for the integration of emergency medical response and emergency search and rescue in [...]
October 5, 2023

Government working to de-escalate tension in Sarstoon as Territorial Volunteers told by Prime Minister: ‘Be careful’

After two recent confrontations between Wil Maheia’s Belize Territorial Volunteers (BTV) and the Guatemalans, both considered to have occurred within Belizean territory, Belmopan is scrambling to [...]
October 5, 2023

Belize joins growing list of countries committed to the Kigali Amendment

The Kigali Amendment has been an instrumental global effort to mitigate the potential environmental impacts of HFCs, a group of potent greenhouse gases. Countries worldwide have [...]
October 4, 2023

Climate and Ocean Risk Vulnerability Initiative mission to assess climate and ocean risks in Belize

Ambassador Hsu and CEO Martinez underscored the commitment of Taiwan and Belize to working together to safeguard the environment and build a resilient future for Belize.
October 4, 2023

International News: Scientific research finds hicatees move in unison; implications for conservation of endangered species

It is believed the research will help conservationists protect the critically endangered species, which has declined to estimated numbers of ten thousand across Belize, Mexico, and [...]
October 3, 2023

Archeological Institute invites sky watchers for October 14 solar eclipse

The eclipse can be seen on October 14 from Lamanai in Orange Walk, Cerro Maya in Corozal and Altun Ha along the Old Northern Highway.
October 2, 2023

Belize Audubon Society and the Belize Fisheries Department promote sustainable fisheries through joint operation

The conch season officially opened on October 1, 2023, and is set to run until June 30, 2024.