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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 message. Her rainbow assortments of recognisable ocean debris such as plastic bottle tops, cigarette lighters, fishing tackle, pens, rope, medicine containers and pieces of general plastic stand out in stark contrast to the magnificent portraits and landscapes on her Instagram…


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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.…


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Eco Warriors: Choy Aming

An aquarist at BAMZ and principal investigator at the Bermuda Shark Project, Choy Aming has long been interested in Bermuda’s marine environment. Growing up on the south shore, he says he has been running barefoot along the rocks since he…


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Eco Warriors: Stratton Hatfield

An environmentalist in his spare time, with a day job as director of development for alternative energy company BE Solar, Stratton Hatfield lives and breathes climate change awareness and potential solutions. He was a volunteer, in his 20s, for the…


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Eco Warriors: Jessica Rego

In February 2019, Jessica Rego completed a gruelling 3,000-mile rowing challenge across the Atlantic Ocean to highlight the problem of ocean plastic pollution, raising over $15,000 for the Marine Conservation Society (MCS). She did this as part of a three-woman…

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Eco Warriors: Beth Neale

The future of our endangered planet will lie in the hands of our grown children. It has therefore never been so important to make the young acutely aware of issues related to conservation and ecology by exposing them to the…