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The Blue Seal Initiative
The Blue Seal Initiative – A Verification Programme for Sustainable Tourism Partners and Mindful (or Conscious) Traveler...
One Tree for Every Bajan
Trees are vital to our existence, providing a wide range of benefits to both people and the environment. Across our bea...
Apes Hill Barbados
Apes Hill Barbados has been developed around nature, preservation, and sustainability, which have been infused into the ...
What started as a make-shift rooftop water heater (SWH) made from a used oil drum in the 1970s evolved into a thriving a...
The Barbados Sea Turtle Project
Barbados is blessed to be called home by three endangered turtle species: the green turtle, hawksbill, and leatherback. ...
ECO Sky Water
Barbados has a high population density. This coupled with high demand of fresh water and unusual weather patterns result...
Marine Conservation Parks
From as early as 1981, the Government of Barbados established two marine conservation areas: the Folkestone Marine Prote...
The Richard Haynes Boardwalk
Located on the south coast of Barbados, the Richard Haynes Boardwalk – 1.2 km in length – originally came out of a nee...
PEG Farm and Nature Reserve
The PEG Farm and Nature Reserve (PEG = People - Environment - Growth) has embarked on a multi-pronged approach to inspir...