In the past few years, two trainers have been killed by orcas at SeaWorld, leading to a growing awareness that hey, maybe it’s not such a good idea to keep giant wild animals in tiny tanks and treat them as slaves for our entertainment.
The harvesting of juvenile conch by Bahamians remains the single biggest threat to the sustainability of the Queen Conch population in the Bahamas.
Save the Bays director Kirkland ‘KB’ Bodie, a musician on an environmental mission, tours radio stations with the Bahamas National Trust, to promote his new single, Conchservation, in aim to preserve the country’s dwindling conch population.
Breitling supported the Bahamas Air Sea Rescue Association and its “Evening of Elegance” (set for November 2) by donating a special Chronomat 44 Flying Fish timepiece.
Resorts World’s Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) admits that Bimini’s existing dive tourism model is potentially being placed “at risk for nothing”, a leading environmental attorney warned yesterday.
Community leaders are expressing shock and disbelief at the findings of a long-awaited Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) for a controversial mega development on Bimini.
In the ongoing saga over a cruise ship terminal and offshore island planned for Bimini, attorneys for two conservation groups said they have been instructed to file legal action.
Almost two-thirds of Biminites surveyed for the Resorts World/Genting ferry terminal Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) said they did not want an increase in the island’s existing 52,000 annual visitor numbers.
Bahamas Reef Environment Educational Foundation, (BREEF) is holding an aptly named and themed, ‘Twenty Shades of Blue’ fund raising party to mark their 20th anniversary and to remember BREEF founder, the late Sir Nicolas Nuttall.