With 95% of The Bahamas territory underwater and most residents living within two miles of the coast, The Bahamas is listed as one of the ten most vulnerable countries in the world to the impacts of climate change and sea level rise.
Coalition delighted by pledge not to dredge without handing over permits; still concerned about secrecy, failure to consult with the community
One of the most respected names in the world of undersea adventure issued a warning that Bimini was on the verge of a ‘pending catastrophic event.’
Environmentalists say pristine dive sites set to be destroyed in defiance of senior judge’s warning
The Coalition to Save Clifton has launched a series of free water tours in an effort to highlight the country’s rich natural heritage and raise awareness about the many threats confronting it.
A program aimed at replenishing coral reefs by undersea farming and forestry won plaudits this week from the national environmental movement Save The Bays which renewed its pledge to support its creator, The Nature Conservancy.
Kirkland ‘KB’ Bodie, The Bahamas’ best-selling musician, is drawing crowds belting out a chorus with a cause at a series of concerts around the country.
Aquinas College team wins Earth Day competition by transforming waste matter into fuel, water and electricity
Abaco’s Chief Councilor today labelled as “heartbreaking” the destruction of acres of wetlands, slashed by heavy equipment on a site being developed under expansion plans by a resort known as Treasure Sands despite a cease and desist order by government.