A new advocacy group is petitioning the government to ensure the natural environment on Paradise Island is protected if Royal Caribbean International (RCI) is allowed to build its Royal Beach Club. Protect Our Islands Fund (POIF) explained in a statement that it wants Bahamians to have their say about the project before shovels hit the ground.
A new advocacy group is turning up the heat on the government with an online petition aimed at protecting the environment on Paradise Island in light of Royal Caribbean’s proposed beach club project.
Environmentalist group Save the Bays (STB) yesterday urged Prime Minister Philip Brave Davis to “move swiftly” in axing an agreement leasing Crown land on Paradise Island to Royal Caribbean.
SAVE the Bays has urged the Davis administration to keep a pre-election promise to cancel any agreement that would result in Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines leasing Crown land on Paradise Island.