A delegation of senior government officials from the Bahamas Maritime Authority recently traveled to Rio de Janeiro for meetings with existing and potential clients in Brazil.
Heads of national fisheries authorities from the seventeen member states and observers of the Caribbean Regional Fisheries Mechanism (CRFM) will attend the 11th Meeting of the Caribbean Fisheries Forum from Wednesday, April 24 to Friday, April 26, 2013
The Bahamas is in critical and dire need of an Environmental Protection Act. This legislation has been promised in the past by both the FNM and PLP governments.
The gluttonous lionfish, gobbling up reef fish in the Bahamas and other habitats, has deeply concerned scientists who have no way of stopping the destructive invasion.
Photos showing damage from the construction at Simms Point/Nygard Cay have been released by.Attorney Fred Smith, one of the leading members of the Coalition to Protect Clifton Bay.
The Coastal Awareness Committee of The Bahamas is putting the focus of their 2013 campaign on the effects thatinvasive species have on our coastal environment.
With major challenges facing the region’s fisheries sector, fisheries professionals must build their capacity to provide leadership in the process of transforming the fisheries sector.
We were lucky enough to visit the facilities at Dolphin Encounters on Blue Lagoon Island for a memorable day with some bottlenose dolphins.
A government statement noted that 210 gallons of oil spilled into the ocean in Grand Bahama as a barge was refueled but an independent observer stated that it was more like 1,000 gallons.