December 7, 2019

BTV disappointed with GOB over passing up $2 million in aid for fishermen

The BTV issued a statement yesterday pointing out that the money would have been disbursed to 83 licensed Belizean fishers as part of their agreement to [...]
November 10, 2019

University of Belize and Inter-American Development Bank host climate change seminar

The seminar, entitled ‘Climate Change Adaptation Planning for the Coastal Zone,’ was geared towards building local capacities for the management of natural and climate hazards along [...]
November 8, 2019

South African drought situation highlights climate change concerns felt even in Belize

The video, which premiered on Tuesday, showed BBC Correspondent Andrew Harding visiting the Nqweba Dam in Graaff-Reinet to find it completely empty and over 40,000 residents [...]
October 20, 2019

Two-time Mr. Belize eyeing prize for a third time

Registration for the Mister Belize 2019 bodybuilding competition, which will be hosted at the Bliss Center for Performing Arts, will be held on Friday, October 25.
October 10, 2019

“Caribbean running out of time to adapt for climate change,” says new research

The paper, “Future Caribbean Climates in a World of Rising Temperatures: the 1.5 vs 2.0 Dilemma” written by Professors from the University of west Indies (UWI) [...]
October 7, 2019

CARICOM countries on alert for major diseases affecting pigs and bananas

African swine fever is on the rampage in Asia and Europe, killing more than 50 percent of domestic pigs in China. It spreads rapidly and is [...]
October 3, 2019

Progress and (new) problems for New River

With the arrival of the rains, says Figueroa, “what was advanced eutrophication happening at a specific area was not moving because of the stagnation of the [...]
September 26, 2019

Caribbean islands cannot survive climate change,” says Barbados Prime Minister

"The real solution is for us to not keep asking people to make commitments that are small ... but the global community must accept it is [...]