“In the end, we conserve what we love. We love only what we understand. We will understand only what we are taught”
- Baba Dioum

BERMUDA ENVIRONMENTAL ALLIANCE (BEA) MISSION:

To define the environmental issues and challenges facing Bermuda now and in the future, and help implement practical solutions through workshops and visual and social media in order to inspire public engagement and environmental stewardship, particularly in our youth.

 

BEA’S CORE PHILOSOPHY:

In a world where knowledge is visually constructed, and where what we see is as important, if not more so, than what we hear or read we implement communication strategies that harness the power of narratives, sounds and images to influence people

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Sangita Iyer

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  • Seventy per cent of illegal ivory ends up in China -- the world's largest ivory consumer, as the insatiable demand for the "white gold" is surging with the growing middle class populous. The root cause of this insane craving for ivory is ignorance. According to the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW), more than 70 per cent of Chinese don't realize that elephants are being killed for their ivory.

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Bermuda's Mystical Caves

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Return of the Ghost Bird

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Bio-diesel from Sargasso Sea Algae

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Bermuda's Water Catchment

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