March 21, 2023

Sargassum seaweed threatens beaches along the Caribbean Sea in Belize and Mexico

International news outlets report that Sargassum has been appearing more frequently in the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean Sea. In 2018, the seaweed reached unprecedented [...]
March 21, 2023

‘Forests and Health’; International Day of forests!

The day is being celebrated under the theme, ‘Forests and Health’.
March 21, 2023

Hol Chan Marine Reserve urges boat captains to look out for marine life while navigating

HCMR noted that in January, Elite Adventures Tours noticed a dead Loggerhead turtle floating in the water.  The turtle had a diagonal cut across its carapace, [...]
March 21, 2023

Lucy Fleming declines seat on EIA tribunal; Minister plays down Waterloo suit

Fleming had been named along with Judge Patricia Farnese and environmental consultant Professor Terry Hughes but she wrote on Facebook that “I realized that in fairness [...]
March 17, 2023

Belize Audubon Society congratulates 1st team to complete the Victoria Peak Challenge for 2023

The group of 6 plus 2 guides and 1 porter left on Tuesday, March 14, 2023 to the Victoria Peak summit and returned safely on Thursday, [...]
March 17, 2023

Waterloo files claim against Government seeking overturn of amended EIA Regulations

Waterloo is challenging the recently amended Environmental Impact Assessment Regulations regarding to the composition of the tribunal scheduled to hear its appeal of the Department of [...]
March 12, 2023
climate change

Belize to participate in regional US$20 million biodiversity protection program through British High Commission

The MOU was signed on Friday, with Minister of Sustainable Development, Climate Change, and Disaster Risk Management Orlando Habet signing on behalf of the Government of [...]
March 10, 2023

Keep Mountain Pine Ridge Forest Reserve clean!

The beautiful scenery and majestic waterfalls are spectacular wonders.