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Environment and Natural Resources

What do they do?

The Department of Environment and Natural Resources:

  • Develops legislation and policy to protect Bermuda’s environment
  • Monitors and provides guidance for prevention and control of pollution
  • Supports and regulates Bermuda’s agricultural and fisheries sectors
  • Regulates the importation of plants
  • Regulates the importation of animals
  • Manages the Bermuda Aquarium, Museum and Zoo
  • Regulates the importation of pesticides
  • Enforces animal control legislation
  • Administers the Convention on the International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES)
  • Protects and coordinates the recovery of Bermuda’s most threatened species
  • Manages matters related to historic shipwrecks, marine heritage sites and the National Collection of historic artifacts

Glyphosate presentation: questions accepted at pollutioncontrol@gov.bm until 10 February 2017

Read the Department of Environmental Protection PATI Information Statement

How can I contact the Department of Environment and Natural Resources with general inquiries?

Telephone: (441) 236-4201

By mail or in person:

Botanical Gardens

169 South Road
Paget, DV04

By email:

environment@gov.bm

 

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