Even for former educator and retired principal Joseph Darville, the thought of spending the next three hours teaching 130 kids in primary school about the environment was daunting.
Two Bahamian vessels were apprehended by the Royal Bahamas Defence Force and Bimini police after officers found crew members with undersized crawfish.
As Deputy Prime Minister “Brave” Davis said in a press statement yesterday, it is important that the mysterious appearance of…
A new study suggests that a mega-tsunami could devastate coastlines from Florida to Brazil following a volcanic eruption in the Canary Islands.
On a day when most youngsters would be glued in front of the television watching cartoons, Kingsway Academy’s fifth grader Sierra Blair was hard at work participating in a coastal clean-up initiative spearheaded by Etienne Dupuch Jr Publications Ltd.
In a case which could be a “watershed” moment for “the rule of law” as it relates to development in The Bahamas, a judge has allowed an environmental group to seek a judicial review for the Blackbeard’s Cay resort project.
A new radio show will be take on uncharted territory for call-in talk shows this week when ZNS launches ‘Voice of the Bays: The Environment Speaks’ Thursday, February 6 at 3 pm with three hosts who plan to touch on everything from the undersea world to responsible development.
A leading environmental lawyer and consultant for Save The Bays says the environmental protection act will not only protect a fragile and often threatened environment but could lead to new economic prosperity by unleashing a host of profitable enterprises.
A new video release by Save The Bays, featuring KB, is a clarion call to “Rise up, Bahamas, C’mon, let’s Save The Bays.”