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Procedure For Research Request

We are pleased to advise that applications for permission to undertake research on biological diversity in Barbados are to be sent to the Ministry of Environment and national Beautification, where they will be reviewed by the Working Group on Biodiversity.  

Turtle Nesting & Invasions At Bath Beach
Bath Beach

“Barbados hosts the largest nesting population of Critically Endangered hawksbill sea turtles (Eretmochelys imbricata) in the insular Caribbean (Beggs et al 2007). Most hawksbills nest along the west and south coasts of Barbados, with one major nesting beach (1.12km) on a reef-protected section of the east coast, at Bath. 

Young Barbadian appointed to first-ever Youth Seat of the Global Water Partnership’s Steering Committee

On November 10th, 2020 it was announced that 32-year-old Barbadian Jamilla Sealy was appointed to the first-ever youth seat of the Global Water Partnership’s (GWP) Steering Committee. This permanent independent youth seat was recently created by GWP in an effort to create avenues for young people to have a role in water governance and management.