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April 10th, 2013
National Coastal Awareness Committee to Focus Efforts on Invasive Species

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The Coastal Awareness Committee of The Bahamas, a group of stakeholders from the private and public sectors with an interest in promoting the sustainable development of The Bahamas, has announced the focus for their campaign in 2013 – the effects that Invasive Species have on our coastal environment.  

“Invasive species, both marine and terrestrial, are affecting our coastal zones throughout The Bahamas,” said Earlston McPhee, Chairman of the Coastal Awareness Committee and Director, Sustainable Development for the Ministry of Tourism.

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