‘The Bermuda Difference In Climate Change’

November 18, 2021

Minister of Home Affairs Walter Roban released the ‘Bermuda Difference in Climate Change and the UN Conference Of Parties, Glasgow’ document originally shared at the recent COP 26 event in Scotland.

Minister Roban explained, “This document demonstrates Bermuda’s commitment to increase the protection of our fragile ecosystem, reducing our carbon footprint, and mitigating the impact of climate change.

“Coupled with the Economic Recovery Plan and the Speech From the Throne’s announcement of the Marine Development Act, which will include identifying a 20% protected area of our Exclusive Economic Zone, we are setting the example of how to safeguard our environment for future generations.”

Bermuda Difference in Climate Change and the UN Conference Of Parties, Glasgow [PDF here]

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  1. Ringmaster says:

    Bermuda saves the World! ICE cars will be phased out and replaced by EV vehicles. Sounds great, but how do they get their electricity? From Belco. How does Belco produce electricity? By burning fossil fuels. Sums up the PLP attempt to be relevant in a nutshell. Same BS day in and day out.

  2. SpinCycle says:

    If every community of 60K people did a much damage as we do, the world would roll over and die. We burn our very poorly sorted trash. In some better managed municipalities, like New York City, you will be fined if recyclables are found in your trash! Are we too entitled? Too lazy? We don’t recycle plastic because it fuels our incinerator! The more I hear about eliminating single use plastics, the more I see. Recycled cardboard egg boxes currently being replaced replaced with plastic!?! Oh but good job stopping that plastic straw usage! Ever seen when a cloud passes over or just before sunrise a dark yellow-green streak across the sky… This is when they open the smoke stack to clear all the harmful chemicals. That being said, it cant be just the governments responsibility. We all need to do our part. But likely won’t, until it bites us in the A**! Then it will be too late!