Fellow Rotarians and the public are invited to join the club online, Wednesday, Nov. 4, for “An Environmental Evening with Past Rotary International President Barry Rassin: There is NO Planet B.”
DPNR performed water quality analysis at 37 designated beaches throughout the territory during the week of Oct. 12 – Oct. 16.
While I was in New York City in September, there were a few nights when thousands of birds were expected to fly over on their way south – many of them heading towards the Caribbean. More birds than people it seems, as a number of islands are still not welcoming visitors.
The Euan P. McFarlane Environmental Leadership Award was established in 1987 to acknowledge individuals who have displayed both exemplary and sustained leadership on behalf of the environment in the insular Caribbean.
The “Lunch & Learn” series will feature a range of experts including solar installers, engineers, architects, community solar organizers, the Virgin Islands Energy Office, renewable energy experts and top energy consultants in the Caribbean.
Coral World’s dolphin welfare specialists often heard from guests during existing interactive dolphin programs that they would really like to see the dolphins swimming underwater.
Whether to become more energy independent, to lower electricity bills or to use renewable energy, if not sure where to start, then join the Energy Month webinar. The month kicks off with “Back to the Basics: Renewable Energy 101” on Wednesday, Oct. 7.
The new reporting app allows users to submit anonymous tips about illegal or suspicious activity that could harm the Virgin Islands’ natural resources.
DPNR performed water quality analysis at 32 designated beaches throughout the territory during the week of Sept. 7 – 11.
This became extremely important when the U.S. Virgin Islands experienced a drought beginning in April that has not abated and continues with minimal relief.