The Bermuda Biodiversity Action Plan (BAP)

"To conserve Bermuda's natural diversity through the care of our unique island environment in order to enhance the quality of life for present and future generations."

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A: Improve coordination, collaboration and communication between stakeholders.

B: Integrate biodiversity conservation into Government policies, programmes and plans .

C: Improve environmental education and training.

D: Increase public awareness of biodiversity.

E: Increase ecologically responsible behaviour by the community and private sector.

F: Provide incentives to protect and enhance biodiversity.

G: Revise environmental legislation to address gaps.

H: Ensure effective enforcement.

I: Strenghten exisiting and designate new protected areas.

J: Revise exisiting and develop new management plans for species and habitats.

K: Increase biodiversity research and monitoring.

L: Secure public and private financing for BAP implimentation.

Download a copy of the Plan

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Implementation of the Plan - What has been done?

Read about what activities in the Biodiversity Action Plan have been completed on the next page.