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Burning fossil fuels to produce energy is the primary cause of the climate crisis.

The emission of greenhouse gases resulting from this process contributes to global warming, which worsens the stress on ecosystems, and human systems too. There are simple things you can do in your daily life to prevent it from getting worse. Curious about what you can do? Join the campaign, get the scoop on the topic, and discover some cool actions you can dive into!

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Saving Energy

Come discover why the ocean is crucial to our way of life, and learn how your daily activities can play a part in its protection!

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Ocean Health

On land and in the ocean, it is important to protect Bermuda’s wildlife. We need your help for this mission.

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The annual Ocean Plastics Art Workshops for children are back, presented by KBB in partnership with the Kaleidoscope Arts Foundation and BUEI. This year’s event is part of the World Oceans Day celebrations, offering a day filled with creative and educational activities for all ages.

The Bermuda Ocean Plastics Project documentary will be screened every hour, followed by a discussion facilitated by project lead Anne Hyde.

Families and friends are encouraged to attend for a day dedicated to creativity, learning, and raising awareness about ocean conservation. This event promises to be a memorable experience for everyone involved.

BEA is a Department of Home Affairs initiative in collaboration with Department of Education

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