The government of Belize in the eastern coast of Central America has recently passed legislation banning offshore oil and gas activities in territorial waters, in a bid to protect its barrier reef, currently the largest in the western hemisphere.
The announcement by the government that its proposed framework for marine protected areas will only cover the Territorial Sea and not the Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) was labelled ‘hugely disappointing’ by global conservation organisation WWF.
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