December 5, 2022

Ministry of Blue Economy hosts Blue Economy climate resilience forum and booth fair

The event was held in collaboration with the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) Representative for Jamaica, the Bahamas and Belize and Belize’s [...]
December 5, 2022

Spanish Explorer sailing the world in smallest craft visits Belize

De Marichalar is sailing around the world in the smallest craft in history in celebration of the 5th centennial of the first Circumnavigation, with the aim of [...]
December 5, 2022

Government and conservation partners sign protected areas co-management agreements

The co-managers are the Belize Audubon Society (BAS), for Guanacaste National Park; St. Herman’s Blue Hole National Park; Blue Hole Natural Monument; Half Moon Caye Natural [...]
December 5, 2022

Nohoch Cheen, Barton Creek and ATM Reserves CLOSED

All other archaeological reserves are open for visitation.
December 3, 2022

Government of Belize signs Protected Areas co-management agreements with conservation partners

Sites that entered the agreement are as follows:
November 30, 2022

Belize participates in an intergovernmental negotiating committee to address plastic pollution

Environmental officer, Aldo Cansino is representing Belize at the INC in Uruguay.
November 29, 2022

Prime Minister says “No plans on seismic testing”

“There’s not even plans about seismic testing. The entire discussion with the Vice President of Oceana was simply saying that I believe as a country, we [...]
November 29, 2022

Will Belize be hit with another Ashcroft lawsuit over Waterloo Port project rejection?

While an official statement from the Government of Belize is pending, several credible news reports have stated that NEAC unanimously voted down the project.