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PNP Candidate Wil Maheia says he has solution to Monkey

Residents of Monkey River, Toledo District, have been battling with erosion for years to prevent
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OCEANA Belize Celebrates World Oceans Day with Nationwide Events

On World Oceans Day, a global celebration dedicated to honoring and protecting the ocean, OCEANA
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APAMO Calls for Moratorium on Slash-and-Burn Farming to Protect Ecosystems

The Protected Areas Management Organizations (APAMO) is calling for a moratorium on the burning of
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Southern and Western Fires Worsen Air Quality, Affecting Health in

The fires burning in the south and west are impacting both rural communities and those
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Authorities Investigate Guatemalan Yacht that Ran Aground Near Ray Caye

Authorities are investigating a yacht that ran aground yesterday near Ray Caye.  Love News understands
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APAMO Calls for Accountability Amid Devastating Wildfire Season

In light of the devastation and unprecedented wildfire season, the Association of Protected Areas Management
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Belize District BNTU Engages in Community Service for Education Week

Today, teachers from both primary and secondary institutions were out and about giving back to
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Minister Andre Perez Attends World Oceans’ Conference in Athens, Greece

Minister of Blue Economy, Andre Perez, recently returned from Athens, Greece where he attended the
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Belize Delegation Engages in Oceans Conservation Discussions at Our Oceans

A Belize delegation is currently in Athens, Greece where they recently concluded a 2-day itinerary
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Guatemalan Incursions Continue: Three Detained in Chiquibul National Park

Yesterday we reported on the detention of three Guatemalans found on Belize territory inside the
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Coastal Zone Authority Utilizes Technology to Combat Marine Plastic Pollution

The Coastal Zone Management Authority and Institute (CZAI) is using innovative technology to conduct surveys
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Illegal Road Discovered in Columbia River Forest Reserve Raises Concerns

Since last week, we’ve been covering the issue of illegal roads stretching from Guatemala into
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APAMO Raises Concerns Over Development Near Protected Areas

While the FCD is concerned about the roads leading from Guatemala into protected areas, the
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Department of Environment Applauds Belikin La Ruta Maya Belize River

The Department of the Environment has tipped its hat off to the producers, participants and
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Belize Gears Up for Oil Spill Response with National Workshop

Several representatives from Government and non-government organizations are being equipped with the knowledge on effectively
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Belize, Mexico, Guatemala Collaborate on Water Resource Management Project

The National Hydrology Service gathered with local and regional stakeholders today for a workshop on
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Belizean NGOs Receive Funding for Natural Resource Conservation Projects

The Belize Nature Conservation Foundation (BNCF) and Protected Areas Conservation Trust (PACT) have provided much-needed
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NY Times Delves into Belize-Guatemala Border Dispute: BTV Confrontation Highlighted

The New York Times has published an article on the confrontation between the Belize Territorial
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Government Suspends Dredging at Will Bauer Flats Following Protests

The government has listened to concerns raised by a group of southern fishermen and the
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DFC Seeks Green Climate Fund Accreditation for Sustainable Development

The Development Finance Corporation (DFC) is seeking accreditation with the Green Climate Fund (GCF).  The
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Belize Partners with Stanford University, IDB for Natural Resource Monetization

Belize is looking to monetize its natural resources.  This endeavor is coming about through a
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Coral Bleaching Continues to Threaten Belize’s Barrier Reef

Belize’s Barrier Reef System was taken off the endangered list back in 2018; however, the
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German Investors Eye $50 Million Waste-to-Energy Project in San Pedro

German investors are in Belize, and are looking to inject some fifty million dollars in
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Belize a shining example of climate resiliency in the region

Yesterday, we told you about Belize’s selection by the Green Climate Fund (GCF) to be
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BTB Front Line Awardees Announced

Derick Hendy, Site Manager for Crooked Tree Wildlife Sanctuary was one of two persons who
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Belize selected by the GCF for case study on climate

The Green Climate Fund (GCF) has selected Belize for a case study based on its
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