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Environmental issuesEdit

Barbados is susceptible to environmental pressures, as one of the world's most densely populated isles. The government has placed a huge emphasis on keeping Barbados clean with the aim of protecting the environment and preserving offshore coral reefs which surround the island. Many initiatives to mitigate human pressures on the coastal regions of Barbados and seas come from the Coastal Zone Management Unit. Barbados has nearly 90 km of coral reefs just offshore and two protected marine parks have been established off the west coast. Overfishing is another threat which faces Barbados. W

News and commentEdit


Living in Barbados reports on Barbados Clean-Up Day, when volunteers collected garbage from the island's beaches, [1] September 21

No excuse for not recycling In Barbados, [2] July 21

Interwiki linksEdit

Wikipedia: Barbados, Environmental issues in Barbados


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  1. Living in Barbados
  2. Barbados Free Press