Greenrock is commending the Department of Energy for holding the island’s second ever 2016 Energy Summit, saying that “it is time for Bermuda to move from aspiration to action.”

Greenrock Executive Director Jonathan Starling said, “We were happy to participate in the planning of this event as we view conversations on Bermuda’s energy future to be of critical importance for our island.

Greenrock said they were “surprised to learn about the proposal to introduce car rentals,” and said they “would support legislation – such as this proposed amendment – being subject to a more pro-active public consultation approach.”

The environmental organisations’s comments follow after the Motor Car Amendment [No. 2] Act 2016 was tabled in the House of Assembly, with the Bill seeking to amend the Motor Car Act 1951 to include provisions for a motor car rental scheme.

This June saw a close of another excellent year of our Eco-Schools Programme, marked by our second ever Eco-Schools Awards Ceremony.

Greenrock was pleased that the Minister of Education, the Honourable Wayne Scott, was able to attend the ceremony and provide a welcoming speech. The Shadow Minister, Lovitta Foggo, was also available, and recognised. 

On June 30th Greenrock were delighted to be awarded a certificate from the Centre on Philanthropy recognising our membership and long-term commitment to Bermuda's Third Sector.

Greenrock has been a member of the Centre on Philanthropy for at least ten years and we remain committed to them going forward.

cross-island-aerialGreenrock has accepted the invitation by the Cross Island Committee to join them and provide a key environmental voice.

The Cross Island Committee was set up to engage the community to get ideas for the use of the nine acres of land being created at Dockyard's South Basin for the America's Cup Village, following the America's Cup.

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