March 15, 2021

University of Texas study using NASA images shows Belize losing forest, wetlands

By Ruben Morales Iglesias: Deforestation, industrial agricultural and population growth have had a direct negative impact on Belize’s forests and wetlands.
March 12, 2021

Agricultural Health Authority warns that Asian Bean Thrip pest detected in Belize, launches tracking survey to protect Belizean crops

This is the first report of the Asian Bean Thrip, scientific name Megalurothrips usitatus, in Belize. Florida, USA, was the only place in the Americas that [...]
March 11, 2021

UNESCO World Heritage Centre queries impact of cruise ship port construction on World Heritage Site 

The latter, Rössler wrote on February 23, is believed to include the dredging and dumping of five million cubic meters of material within the South Water [...]
March 11, 2021

Mesoamerican Reef Eco-Audit reveals slower rate of progress in protection  

However, this is not fast enough for regional environmental organizations who say the natural resource shared and jealously guarded by Belize, Mexico, Honduras and Guatemala is [...]
March 2, 2021

Belize joins regional discussion on obtaining funding for climate mitigation projects

The agriculture sector lost more than $50 million worth of crops in 2020 due to drought, while communities like Barranco and Monkey River and even the [...]
February 16, 2021

Belize and sunnier climates attracting remote workers 

Writers say the second wave of COVID-19 related lockdowns has sent refugees to more permanent warmer countries, such as Dubai, the Maldives, and Spain, and here [...]
February 15, 2021

Belize joins the International Solar Alliance

The ISA was jointly launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi of India and former French President Francois Hollande at the United Nations Climate Change Conference in [...]
February 8, 2021

Friends for Conservation and Development conduct fly over at Chiquibul

FCD thanked Adytum Helicopter for the fly over.