April 25, 2021

Debt crisis keeping developing countries like Belize from adapting to climate change

Developing countries were said to have owed over $8 trillion back in 09 before the COVID-9 pandemic came and ravaged their economies. The international organizations are [...]
April 25, 2021

Mexican President proposes to plant 1 billion fruit and timber trees in reforestation program

Lopez Obrador is seeking funding from the USA for a massive expansion of the program into Central America as a way to cease migration from the [...]
April 24, 2021

Department of the Environment calls on everyone to engage in New River restoration efforts 

The DOE says that since the New River crisis in 2019, it has been continuously conducting water quality monitoring, monitoring industries, and urban centers to ensure [...]
April 23, 2021

Third fishkill reported at the New River in three months

Breaking Belize News confirmed with business owners that the area near the river is reeking and there is a white film on the surface of the [...]
April 23, 2021

National Hydrological Service engages in water resource management research

The Ministry and SAIT agreed to potential benefits in cooperating on research on Belize’s water resources, sector, and management.
April 23, 2021

Corozal Town Council participates in tree-planting initiative

Around the country, environmental groups engaged in tree-planting and community clean-up activities to bring awareness to the importance of re-forestation.
April 22, 2021

Jamal Galves: ‘Belize’s Manatee population unknown, each loss is devastating’

Galves, who is also the program coordinator with Clear Water Marine Aquarium Research Institute, told our newsroom today that manatees are critically endangered; however, the last [...]
April 22, 2021

Benque Viejo del Carmen’s House of Culture observes Earth Day planting trees around Belize’s westernmost town