August 31, 2021

Forty trees per city and town to mark Independence anniversary

The National Celebrations Commission (NCC) has collaborated with the Ministry of Sustainable Development, Climate Change and Disaster Risk Management to support the planting, partnered with community [...]
August 31, 2021

Boiton Minerals defends claims of environmental damage in Chiquibul 

The company suggests FCD has no jurisdiction to dictate to the Government or licensees what they should or should not be doing, and accused them of [...]
August 25, 2021

Boiton Minerals not in compliance with environmental plan, will be punished, says Government

After the joint inspection of the BML operations in the Chiquibul National Park by government agencies and Friends for Conservation and Development (FCD) in June, a [...]
August 24, 2021

Friends for Conservation and Development blame mining company for disturbing ‘delicate and sensitive environment’ of Chiquibul National Park

FCD along with the Forest Department, National Biodiversity Unit, Mining Unit, and Department of the Environment in June assessed the company’s work in the south section [...]
August 19, 2021

It rained for the first time ever at the Greenland Summit Camp last week causing massive melt

According to Earther, seven billion tons of rain fell over Greenland last week and for the first time it rained on the Greenland Summit Camp, a [...]
August 18, 2021

Government of Belize and Embassy of Taiwan celebrate achievements under major climate change project

The event, which was done through a collaboration with the Taiwanese embassy and the Ministry of Sustainable Development, Climate Change, and Disaster Risk Management, was held [...]
August 16, 2021

Caribbean more vulnerable to climate change: “We see the number and severity of climate hazards increasing,” says Dr. Colin Young

Dr. Young was speaking on Monday at a 5Cs virtual press conference attended by journalists from the entire Caribbean region. He said over the last five [...]
August 15, 2021

July 2021 – Hottest month ever across the world, says National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

Almost 41 years later (the release came out at the end of September), according to the BBC, July this year, reports the National Oceanic and Atmospheric [...]