This area of Corozal.com focuses on the environment and environmental concerns.
Belize mourns the passing of a giant in Belize's conservation community. Leonel Heredia, known as "Chocolate" dies at his home in Caye Caulker. He had been troubled by an aneurysm for the past two weeks and that's what took his life. "Don Choc" as we affectionately called him, was 83.
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Today's story features the lovely sunny weather we have been enjoying over the past weeks and the beautiful Corozal Bay, making a case for why our grassy shores are superior to sandy beaches. Hundreds of sea lovers flocked to the bay to enjoy this beautiful time over the weekend. It was good to see everyone having just plain fun in the sun!
For article provided by Corozal Daily click here. Thanks to Lincoln Eiley of Corozal Realty for this information.
The October issue of National Geographic features the Mesoamerican Reef, and Belize is the location of the pictures and information.
Thirteen-year-old Erick Lopez, CCC student and son of CCC teacher Zeni Perdomo, has written a winning essay concerning the environment, and will be attending the Eco-Kids Summer Educational Adventure Camp at Chaa Creek in July 21-29. Only 24 kids in the country will be attending. What an experience!
Corozal.com congratulates Erick and looks forward to his participation in the environmental activities in Corozal in the future!
This "super moon", also known as perigee, will occur because the moon will be closer to the earth than another other time in 2012.
A lot of activity in Corozal marked Earth Day 2012. Several groups were involved in a big clean-up, including the highways north and south of town. Then a new sign was installed at Corozal's flagship environmental program, Mangrove Park.
Dynamic young people in Corozal Town are dedicated to making Corozal Town an environmentally friendly and safe town.
The Mayor and the Town Council continue with projects to have the cleanest town in this jewel of our country.
Everyone is now using garbage bins and not throwing litter on ground ! Right?
Time and Venue: Saturday, November 14, 10 am - 12 noon, Corozal Town Hall 1st Street South, near Central Park Consultants from the World Wildlife Fund, and Brooksmith Consulting will be in Corozal discussing mangrove conservation including new initiatives (and possible incentives for private property owners) to create mangrove preserves. All aspects of mangrove conservation relating to hurricane protection, habitat preservation, aesthetics, planting and reserve status will be discussed.Click on the green globe icon on the right for a locator map.
An active youth group, neighbors, and land owners in Corozal have taken it upon themselves to develop this treasure of a park which has sandy beaches while maintaining the essential mangroves.
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