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August 12, 2021

World strongly warned on climate change: “a code red for humanity”

Unless major action is taken and immediately, the consequences of these changes will manifest themselves in increasingly extreme heatwaves, droughts, and flooding, and a limit at [...]
August 8, 2021

United Nations warns that developing countries are struggling with climate change ahead of new publication launch

The UN notes that organizations representing 90 low-income countries have said that their climate adaptation and resiliency plans have not been able to keep up with [...]
July 30, 2021

Belize Participates in high-level climate change meeting in the UK

On the invitation of H.E. Alok Sharma, COP26 President-Designate, Minister of Sustainable Development, Climate Change, and Disaster Risk Management Orlando Habet led a delegation to London, [...]
July 21, 2021

Friends for Conservation and Development conducts water quality testing in the Chiquibul Forest

FCD said on a social media post that they are getting support from the Belize Nature Conservation Foundation, to carry out “water quality monitoring in the [...]
July 15, 2021

Selva Maya Natural Resources Protection Project closes with a virtual conference

The four-year project which started in 2017 was implemented by IUCN, the International Union for Conservation of Nature, (UICN in Spanish) in partnership with regional organizations [...]
July 14, 2021

United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26) should help vulnerable countries

COP26 is a global United Nations summit about climate change to be held in Glasgow, Scotland, from October 31 to November 12 this year. COP26 was [...]
July 6, 2021

Farmers from Valley of Peace sign agreement with government for business plan support

GOB and the association signed the agreement on Monday, under the Resilient Rural Belize (RRB), a six-year, $40 million program from the International Fund for Agricultural [...]
July 2, 2021

Residents and stakeholders to participate in consultation for New River restoration

Those include residents along the New River, representatives of local governments and institutions, factory operators, farmers, tourism and business operators, and civil society representatives.