Ferreira tells Chamber of Commerce stronger environmental policies will lead to lower operating costs
The following are several of the many issues in the country that the Bahamian people ought to be given answers to:
Ferreira calls on students to join the fight to preserve the Bahamas for their own grandchildren
Justice Conteh: “No self-respecting government” would give the green light to construction while the matter is still before the courts
“The country has already lost significantly in Bimini, one of the most delicate and valuable ecosystems in the world,” said a local environmental advocate.
The short documentary that was released this week, illustrates the vast amount of trash produced in New Providence, the poor management of the city dump and the consequences of this on the environment and health.
A new radio show will be take on uncharted territory for call-in talk shows this week when Love 97 launches ‘Voice of the Bays: The Environment Speaks’ Monday March 17 at 5pm with three hosts who plan to touch on everything from the undersea world to responsible development.
Two experts on disparate uses of land – parks and landfills — are on tap to lead a lively discussion on the ZNS radio show ‘Voice of the Bays’ Thursday, February 27 at 3 pm.
Fox Hill residents learned the hard way to take better care of their community as a fire that broke out in an illegal garbage dump raged out of control.