Video: Minister Roban Interviewed At COP26

November 8, 2021 | 1 Comment

Hub Culture interviewed Deputy Premier & Minister of Home Affairs Walter Roban who recently attended the UN Climate Change Conference in Glasgow, Scotland, with Minister Roban discussing how Bermuda “is one of the most bio-diverse on the planet and what is being done to protect that status.”

The video description says, “What is it like to be a politician already having to deal with the impact of climate change? At COP26 Glasgow: The Hon. Walter Roban, JP, MP, Deputy Premier of Bermuda tells Edie Lush, Executive Editor of Hub Culture about how his country is one of the most bio-diverse on the planet and what is being done to protect that status.

“He argues that Bermuda has the best-managed marines areas in the world, but he faces the same issues as every other island in ensuring that it is kept that way.”

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  1. Vigilante says:

    When was the last time Minister Roban snorkeled or dived anywhere around Bermuda?? Bermuda’s fish stocks have been depleted to near invisibility by decades of overfishing, lax regulation and enforcement, and zero governmental focus on the marine environment. It is one thing to put a positive spin on an issue, but to completely misrepresent in this manner, in light of the tragic state of Bermuda’s waters, is unforgivable…

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