Save The Bays — the fast-growing organisation that is moving toward what appears to be a national environmental alliance — has gained yet another partner in its fight to protect the marine environment.
The Blackbeard’s Cay development has been allowed to proceed without legal or regulatory requirements and poses a threat to the environment and marine mammals.
Legendary actor and long-time Bahamas resident Sir Sean Connery has added his voice to supporting Save The Bays, a national movement to protect marine resources and quash unregulated development.
Acclaimed coral scientist Tom Goreau spoke about coral reef decline at Baker’s Bay Club as a result of excessive fertilizer run-off.
Two Bahamian students helped tag white-tipped oceanic sharks along with marine scientists from Stony Brook University’s Institute for Ocean Conservation during a recent research expedition in The Bahamas.
Reef Worlds, a US-based underwater attraction developer, is discussing developing an artificial reef attraction for the Reef Village at Freeport’s Grand Lucayan.
Waterkeeper Alliance, known as the voice of the world’s waters with organisations and volunteers in 37 countries, announced its first partnership with The Bahamas.
Environmental activist Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., will be in Nassau April 27 to announce the Waterkeeper program – “potentially the greatest boost the country has ever had in marine environmental protection.”
Noted French oceanographic explorer Fabien Cousteau worked with officials to restore an Exuma reef damaged by a grounded vessel.