September 20, 2017
Styrofoam floating in the ocean in Bimini last year. Photo: Terrel W. Carey/Tribune Staff
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PRIME Minister Dr Hubert Minnis added his voice to the government’s push to eliminate single-use plastics by 2020 yesterday evening, telling people during a town-hall at the New Providence Community Church that it’s time The Bahamas takes substantial
ONGOING environmental issues in Bimini will persist unless the government enacts the necessary legal framework to protect Family Island communities, Save The Bays legal director Fred Smith, QC has warned.In an interview with The Tribune Mr Smith said
A GOVERNMENT delegation is expected to travel to Bimini tomorrow to discuss ongoing environmental issues with key stakeholders on that island, according to West End and Bimini MP Pakesia Parker Edgecombe.In an interview with The Tribune yesterday, Mr
BIMINI residents say they are not pleased with the pace of Styrofoam clean-ups on that island and are again calling on the government to "make things right."
ENVIRONMENT activists say they are confident Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis will ensure Styrofoam collected from waters in Bimini after Hurricane Irma destroyed Resorts World Bimini’s floating docks will be disposed of properly.In separate interview