September 16, 2022

Loggerhead turtle released into the Caribbean Sea

The turtle had been rehabilitated and tagged with satellite tracking in Belize.
September 14, 2022

High level Belize delegation participates in the Green Climate Fund (GCF) global conference in Korea

The conference seeks to take stock of the GCF’s role in enabling climate action and will provide a stage for GCF stakeholders to inform the strategy [...]
September 14, 2022

Water Quality Testing being done in Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary

By Benjamin Flowers: The Belize Audubon Society (BAS) is collaborating with the Coastal Zone Management Authority and Institute (CZMAI) to conduct water quality testing in the [...]
September 11, 2022

Groundwater monitoring system for aquifers to be developed for Belize

This system will serve as a tool to track the impacts of climate change in the water sector. It will also be useful for the National [...]
September 8, 2022

Cabinet says no to ‘Vulcan’ mining in Gales Point

The Executive said this is "having regard to the surrounding communities' concerns and given the threats and damages it may cause to the environment, including its [...]
September 6, 2022

Conservation organizations demand answers on environmental assessments; insist they are not “anti-development”

Among other things, the group is calling for the Government to, “Pause all Environmental Impact Assessments currently in process... until the associated and relevant environmental regulations [...]
September 4, 2022

Chalillo Dam reservoir reaches maximum storage due to heavy rains; potential flooding averted, spillage will be controlled, says Fortis Belize

By Aaron Humes: Fortis Belize, formerly the Belize Electric Company Limited (BECOL), is advising that there should be no fear of spilled flood waters affecting communities [...]
August 31, 2022

Dead ocelot found at entrance to San Felipe, Orange Walk

By Rubén Morales Iglesias: A dead ocelot was found at the entrance to San Felipe in the Orange Walk District on Wednesday morning.