water_globe.jpg Better for You, Better for Bermuda

Back in March 2008, the Bermuda End-to-End Foundation provided us the funding to run a series of Public Service Announcements (PSA) around the challenge of changing consumer usage of disposable shopping bags and single use, plastic drinking bottles. (see March 2008 article)

Green home

The Department of Energy tells us that every kilowatt hour of electricity generated in Bermuda pumps 751 grams of carbon dioxide (CO2) into the atmosphere. This amounted to approximately 6.5 metric tons of CO2 per residential customer in 2007 (see the 2009 Energy Green Paper).

MRF recycling belt

Recycling has been going on in the background of Bermuda’s tapestry since the early ’90s, but it has had its ups and downs along the way. Local sceptics have even questioned whether it actually occurs.

rotaryclub.jpg"Changing the Mindset"

A Speech to the Hamilton Rotary Club, September 9, 2008

On September 9, 2008, Greenrock President Andrew Vaucrosson delivered a speech to the members of the Hamilton Rotary Club and the local press. In it, he outlined the principles and importance of sustainable development in Bermuda, and discussed some of Greenrock's current and future initiatives. He also encouraged those attending to get involved in helping to develop Government's policies and to make changes of their own for a sustainable future ...

speak_up2.jpg State Your Opinion - 2008 Bermuda Development Plan Draft

During this public consultation period of the 2008 Bermuda (Development) Plan Draft, Greenrock encourages all Bermudians to review the document. Greenrock will collect these public opinions so that they can be presented to the Department of Planning.

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