Half of the 100,000 square miles of Bahamian territory will be designated as Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) by the Bahamas National Trust (BNT).
As the fourth largest ship register in the world, The Bahamas’ annual assessed contribution is in excess of £1,000,000 making The Bahamas one of the largest contributors to that United Nations Organisation.
Biologists come to Bimini from around the world to study the ocean’s top predator. It’s not by chance… for three decades the Bahamas has been protecting sharks. Sharks that need human protection.
At National Geographic, many photographers are using the fruits of their labors to advocate for conservation.
Hundreds of feet below the surface in blue holes in the Bahamas, Texas marine biologists have discovered life, previously unknown to humans.
Bahamians face prosecution to the fullest extent of the law for harvesting undersize crawfish… a practice which will lead to eventual depletion.
The Bahamas Postal Service released a new Definitive Stamp series that depicts the marine life of The Bahamas in a 16 stamp series.
New submarines to take scientists – and the super-rich – into a whole new realm below sea level.
Two transatlantic rowers were rescued after their small boat sank in rough seas as they attempted to row from the Canary Islands to the Bahamas.