PLP Marks World Environment Day and Celebrates Record of Environmental Progress

As we mark World Environment Day, The Progressive Labour Party commends the Government and Home Affairs Minister Walter Roban for making significant achievements in environmental sustainability and infrastructure development.

One of our landmark achievements is the completion of the solar project on the airport finger, a crucial step towards increasing our reliance on renewable energy. This project, along with the electrification of Bermuda’s bus fleet and the installation of solar panels on government buildings, showcases our dedication to sustainable energy solutions.


Additionally, the introduction of electric
vehicle (EV) charging stations around the island has supported the transition to cleaner
transportation options. We have also made considerable progress in improving our sewage infrastructure, particularly in
M St. George’s.


The upgrade will put an end to sewage being dumped in the waters of the East End,
significantly enhancing our environmental standards, preserving our marine ecosystems, and protecting the quality of our water and beaches in St. George’s Jr Minister of Home Affairs Lindsay Simmons stated, “The PLP government has demonstrated our commitment to sustainable development not just on World Environment Day but from day one
since taking office.


The initiatives we have spearheaded protect the environment, create jobs and promote economic growth all while building a greener and cleaner Bermuda for all.” As we observe World Environment Day, we encourage each of us to do our part to protect our environment. As your government, we will continue to drive progressive environmental change through initiatives that promote environmental stewardship and improve the quality of life for all Bermudians,” the Jr. Minister concluded.

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