Nassau has not been this dirty and unkempt since the first Christie-led government and before that, not since before 1992.
Effort to refloat a Taiwanese tanker controlled by Formosa Plastics, off Grand Bahama, have failed for the third time.
“Port Authority, don’t give away Taino Beach. The west side of Taino Beach does not belong to the Port Authority. It belongs to the people of Freeport,” said attorney and environmentalist, Fred Smith.
A leading environmental attorney has found major cracks in the Bahamas Electricity Corporation’s (BEC) plan to construct a wall and stop the hemorrhaging of oil at Clifton Bay.
Save The Bays is strongly urging the government and Genting Group to make public the findings of the hotel and casino developer’s environmental impact assessment.
Volunteers throughout The Bahamas are preparing to take part in the Ocean Conservancy’s “28th Annual International Coastal Cleanup (ICC)” on Saturday, September 21st, 2013.
It’s on the move, and no one knows for certain the extent of the Cane Toad’s invasion on New Providence Island. The toxic creature is no longer confined to the Lyford Cay area.
Every year in October Androsians celebrate their terrestrial and marine ecosystems, their wildlife and their relationship to the earth.
The Cane Toad – an invasive species with mucus poison enough to kill small animals has been discovered in western New Providence.