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The Plume Of Death

The red zone indicates the potential for levels of silt at concentrations with near certain deadly consequences for corals. Yellow and green zones are levels below that, but still worrisome. This graphic from the EIA is for the predicted worst case presented on 9th June, 2015 to the public. The northern red bluge is adjacent to Treasure Island Resort, the southern is Don Foster's.

Eden Rock and Devil's Grotto

Cali Shipwreck


Soto's Reef

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The published "Environmental Impact Assesment" (EIA) report revealed that several acres and hundreds of thousands of square footage of reef, will be completely destroyed as a result of Cruise Berthing Facility that Government is proposing to build as a means of improving cruise tourism. The report concluded that the development of the piers will not “result in any significant impact on Seven Mile Beach”, a key issue that raised concerns among Caymanians. The Minister of Tourism, in Finance Committee, said that the public can be reassured that the EIA found that the development will not affect Cayman’s famous beach. However, the report also made it clear the project will have significant negative impacts on the marine ecology within the George Town Harbour areas. On the overall the Report concluded more negative than positive impacts on the environment.  Source: Cayman News Service

You can read the full EIA report  here.



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Reef destruction revealed in report- 08/06/2015

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