chris flookA larger marine reserve would better benefit Bermuda, according to Chris Flook of the Pew Environmental Group.

While the Government is asking the public to consider several possible marine reserve proposals for Bermuda Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ), Mr Flook said only the largest of the proposals would have a real impact on the Island.

An online petition to impose a fee for disposable bags at retailers yielded disappointing results, according to organisers.

However environmental charity Greenrock are still moving forward with efforts to discourage the use of disposable bags.

Greenrock President Judith Lansberg said this week: “We will continue to move ahead and work with the Minister of Environment and Planning to do this.


As part of our annual recycling effort, Bermuda Yellow Pages will be collecting the 2012/2013 Bermuda Telephone Directories in Hamilton on four days:

September 11th & 12th (Rain Date: September 13th)
September 18th & 19th (Rain Date: September 20th)

Going Green 2013Going Green is a local free magazine, published annually by Bermuda Media.

2013 marks it's sixth edition.

Exclusive: Ready to pay for your plastic bags?

A green campaign to charge shoppers for using plastic bags has been backed by Environment Minister Sylvan Richards.

Mr Richards told the Bermuda Sun he supported the initiative that has been launched by Greenrock to discourage the use of disposable plastic and paper bags.

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