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Environmental Emergency: Sea Level Rise

The impact of climate change on our planet and way of life is terrifying. There is seemingly constant news about polar ice caps melting, different species of living creature or plant at threat of extinction, rising sea levels, dangerous pollution levels, deforestation, fire and the horrors that accompany all of these events. We are also told that small islands will feel these effects first. What therefore, does this all mean for Bermuda? What do we need to accept and what…


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6 Ways to Shop in Support of the Environment

Environmental icon Greta Thunberg said: "You are never too small to make a difference." With this in mind, enter into 2021 aiming to shop in support of Planet Earth with eco-friendly and environmentally-conscious products. Here's our list of the best…


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Environmental Emergency: New Year’s Resolutions

Throughout 2020, scientists, climate activists and individuals who care have shared their knowledge and views about the impact climate change is having on Bermuda. Our island is under threat from rising temperatures, rising seas, stronger storms and increasing levels of…


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Climate Catastrophe: Stronger Storms

How is climate change impacting Bermuda? In the third instalment of The Bermudian’s year-long environment series, we look at what steps we need to take now to prepare for what’s coming. On September 3, 2019, we watched in horror as…


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Eco Warriors: Meredith Andrews

Already a household name in Bermuda as a photographer and artist, Meredith Andrews can now add eco-warrior to that list of accolades. By turning ocean plastic into striking and colourful pieces of art she is highlighting a dark but important…

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Environmental Emergency: Trash

Our lifestyles generally, the pollution we generate and the amount of waste we create through packaging or discarding items we no longer want, especially when they are not discarded properly, are damaging our island’s ecology and contributing to climate change.…