September 22, 2021

Belize featured in National Geographic as a diving hotspot

Diving expert Carrie Miller says in her article In The Deep End, which was first published in the National Geographic Traveler magazine in its third issue [...]
September 22, 2021

Google helps hotels worldwide including Belize ‘go green’

Half of the survey takers added that finding a hotel with actual eco credibility isn’t easy—and they’re right. Hotels that take sustainability seriously don’t often shout [...]
September 14, 2021

OCEANA throws support behind Superbond buyback

“As a Belizean, I recognize the economic crisis, compounded by COVID, that we face as a nation. We need this bond offer to work to get [...]
September 14, 2021

Protected areas managers question handling of illegal logging case

The case is being publicized by the Association of Managers of Protected Areas Organizations (APAMO), who said the initial operation in May led to the capture [...]
September 13, 2021

Belizeans to be quizzed on climate change

The Knowledge Attitude and Practice (KAP) survey is a key output of the communications component of the project, “Enhancing Climate Resilience in CARIFORUM Countries”, which is [...]
September 12, 2021

Commonwealth to advocate for countries most vulnerable to climate change, including the Caribbean, at upcoming COP26

The Secretary-General will lead a delegation to the UN Climate Change Conference COP26 to advocate the interests of Commonwealth countries, exchange knowledge and best practices around [...]
September 12, 2021

St. Herman’s National Park closed today due to water levels

The BAS explained that the park is closed as the cave is flooded, along with the Blue Hole.
September 8, 2021

APAMO calls on the Government to halt gold mining in the Chiquibul National Park

"Gold mining has been ravaging parts of the Chiquibul National Park; derailing the conservation efforts to maintain the natural resources and the ecosystem services they provide [...]