April 11, 2013
Nassau, Bahamas -- The Coalition to Protect Clifton Bay and reEarth Director, Sam Duncombe, are partnering in their collective aims to save the environment of The Bahamas. This is the second high-profile new member to join the Coalition since its launch, following the inclusion of the Lyford Cay Property Owners Association last week.
Speaking about joining the Coalition, Duncombe said, "I am excited to be a part of this new initiative and to share in common goals that will result in a win win for The Bahamas and the environment. I see the Coalition blossoming into an umbrella organization that can lend support, provide proven case studies, and offer legal and strategic direction to other environmental organizations with similar aims."
The Coalition reunites Duncombe with several of the previous members of Save the Clifton campaign, Louis Bacon, and Bobby F. Kennedy. The Coalition to Protect Clifton Bay cites a broad range of environmental issues under its direction with a priority to continue the battle to save the historical and archeologically rich environs of the Clifton area from new threats in terms of oil spills, unchecked coastal development activity, over fishing and boating pollution.
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