At The University of Belize Environmental Research Institute, we are committed to promoting environmental research and conservation in Belize. Our research, education, and outreach efforts are designed to build capacity, raise awareness, and promote sustainable management practices for Belize’s natural resources and ecosystems. We are proud of the work we do, and we’re delighted to share some of the feedback we’ve received from our partners and stakeholders.
“I have worked with UB ERI on several research projects, and I have always been impressed by their professionalism and expertise. Their research findings have been invaluable in informing our management practices and decision-making. UB ERI is a key partner in our efforts to promote environmental sustainability in Belize.”— John Smith, Director, Belize Forest Department
“I had the privilege of attending a training program at UB ERI, and it was an eye-opening experience. The instructors were knowledgeable and engaging, and the curriculum was well-designed and comprehensive. I left the program with a deeper understanding of environmental issues and the skills I need to contribute to environmental sustainability in my community.”— Maria Garcia, Participant, UB ERI Training Program
“UB ERI is a valuable partner in our efforts to promote sustainable agriculture in Belize. Their research on sustainable agricultural practices has been instrumental in guiding our work, and their outreach efforts have helped to raise awareness about the importance of sustainable food systems. We look forward to continuing our collaboration with UB ERI.”— Jose Martinez, Director, Belize Agriculture Department
“I volunteered with UB ERI on a fieldwork project, and it was an incredible experience. The team was friendly and supportive, and the work we did was meaningful and rewarding. I learned a lot about environmental research and conservation, and I felt like I was making a real difference. I would highly recommend volunteering with UB ERI to anyone who is passionate about environmental sustainability.”— Sarah Johnson, Volunteer, UB ERI Fieldwork Project
“As a policymaker, I rely on UB ERI’s research to inform our environmental policies and regulations. Their research is always thorough, evidence-based, and relevant to our needs. I appreciate their commitment to collaboration and their willingness to engage with stakeholders from all sectors. UB ERI is a valuable asset to Belize’s environmental community.”— Jane Rodriguez, Minister of the Environment, Belize