SITEMAP

Alphabetical Sitemap

  • Sustainability America's goal is the sustainable development of the Caribbean and Central American region.
    index.html
  • The peoples of North and South America are Asiatic and migrated in two main waves around 12,000 years ago and 26,000 years ago.
    Pre-Maya-History.html
  • In the jungles of Belize, the Yucatan Peninsula, and Guatemala, the ancient Maya created one of humanities great civilisations, with stunning achievements in astronomy, mathematics and art.
    Maya-History.html
  • European-Colonisation.html
  • Sarteneja was a moderate Maya Port that served a significant role in trade and agriculture.
    Maya-Port-of-Sarteneja.html
  • In Maya cosmology the cosmic forces of day and night fall into the Jaguar Spirits realm and the Jaguar Spirit became a symbol of dominion of all things celestial.
    Mayan-Jaguar-Spirit.html
  • Among the ancient Maya, Cacao was consumed by the rich and elite class including kings and priests.
    Cacao.html
  • Sartenejan-Mayan-Plaza.html
  • Mayan archeological periods listed over the entire period of Mayan occupation.
    Mayan-Archeological-Periods.html
  • The Maya lived at high population densities in the Sartenajan, and other Regions, using sustainable agricultural practices.
    Maya-Permaculture.html
  • The Maya extracted wildlife and marine life through hunting, timber, and minerals including salt
    Maya-natural-resource-extraction.html
  • Sustainability America considers education as essential to mould the innovators and leaders of the future.
    Education.html
  • For a sustainable future the core of our educational experiences should be centered on bioliteracy
    Bioliteracy.html
  • Internet training based on sustainability offers a a cost efficient solution to provide media leaders
    Internet-projects.html
  • Article in the Amphibian Specialist Groups newletter about our project
    Froglog-article.html
  • Symbiosis between bullhorn acacia (Acacia cornigera) and stinging ants (Pseudomyrmex ferruginea)
    Symbiosis.html
  • Emotional bonding and moral influence are central to maintaining public interest and political drive toward sustainability, Sustainability for Sarteneja is developing projects to emotionally bond children to the environment and biodiversity conservation, and provides a strong Internet presence to develop public support for sustainability.
    Emotional-Bonding-and-Moral-Influence.html
  • Definition-of-Sustainability.html
  • Biodiversity conservation is an essential component of sustainability
    Biodiversity-Conservation.html
  • The semi-deciduous rainforest in the Sarteneja region is the most threatened in Central America
    Rainforest-Conservation.html
  • Mangroves provide habitat for many species of plants and animals and are important to reduce coastal erosion and for fish nurseries.
    Mangroves.html
  • Landscape trees are a very important part of a sustainable landscape.
    Landscape-Trees.html
  • Timber-Trees.html
  • The Sartenejan region hosts a high biodiversity og neotropical fauna
    Species-Conservation.html
  • The Sartenejan region hosts 2 described species and possibly 2 undescribed tarantula species
    Sartenejan-Tarantulas.html
  • Project for Baird’s tapir (Tapirus bairdii) to supports its sustainable management in a developing landscape
    Bairds-Tapir.html
  • The sustainable management of the amphibians of Balam Ja Way, Sarteneja, Belize, and surrounding districts.
    Sartenejan-Amphibians.html
  • A table of the frogs found at Balam Ja Way, Sarteneja, Belize, with notes and calls
    Amphibians-of-Sarteneja.html
  • There is a high biodiversity of reptiles in Belize and the Sartenejan Region
    Sartenejan-Reptiles.html
  • There are many veneomous snakes in Belize and several in the Sartenejan area.
    Venomous-Snakes.html
  • The high biodiversity of land snails in Central America provides a valuable bioindicator for environmental change
    Sartenejan-Land-Snails.html
  • Sustainable development includes energy efficiency, alternative energy source, and good land management including permaculture
    Sustainable-Development.html
  • Solar-Energy.html
  • Tropical permaculture in the Central American Region began with the Olmecs. The Olmecs practiced several farming methods that are froms of permaculture. The Olmecs did not
    Tropical-Permaculture.html
  • Mulch-and-Fertility.html
  • The design of the agricultural landscape is an important component of sustainability.
    Agricultural-Design.html
  • Yam are drought tolerant, disease resistent, and can grow in low fertility conditions and offer an ideal crop for the Sartenejan Region.
    Yams.html
  • The Caribbean coral reef system is the first marine ecosystem in the world to collapse. Other coral reefs and ecosystems accross the world will also collapse unless we act now.
    Caribbean-Coral-Reefs.html
  • Artificial coral reefs provide for tourism and fisheries, protect natural reefs,
    Artificial-Coral-Reefs.html
  • Sustainability America offers a wide range of projects for sustainable development.
    Our-Projects.html
  • Balam Ja Way constructions use local materials where applicable, have a Mayan theme, and provide habitat for wildlife.
    Construction.html
  • Balam Ja Way Sarteneja has a one acre aguada or seasonal lake covered by red mangroves
    Aguada.html
  • To achive the optimum landscaping in terms of sustainability the landscape must be categorised into components. These components will depend on projected land use, and the minimal use of materials imported to the lanscape. A flexible approach will enable the maximum use of the landscape while developing a unique and beautiful human environment.
    Landscaping-Components.html
  • Panorama of B'alam Ja Way taken from the gate house on the 230114
    Balam-Ja-Way-panorama-230114.html
  • There is a Chultun complex at Balam Ja Way.
    Chul-tun-at-Balam-Ja-Way.html
  • On Balam Ja Way an unexcavated Maya earth mound is covered with pottery shards.
    Maya-Mound.html
  • Aguadas as seasonal lakes provide valuable habitat for amphibians, reptiles, and birds.
    Aguada-Nature-Walk.html
  • Our-team.html
  • Sustainable tourism is a low impact and culturally enriching way to support sustainable development
    Support-Us.html
  • Volunteers both develop skills through hand on experience and foster the development of Sustainability America. Sustainability for Sarteneja provides a very wide range of volunteer opportunities.
    Volunteers.html
  • Sarteneja as a tourism destination is devoted to sustainability
    Sustainable-Tourism.html
  • Belize has a warm wet season from June to December and is driest in the north and wettest in the south.
    Belize-Climate.html
  • The Central American and Caribbean region is sub-tropical and subject to hurricanes.
    Climate-and-Hurricanes.html
  • Hurricanes are a major theat in the Caribbean and Central American Region
    Hurricane.html
  • Preperation for hurricanes can greatly reduce the rist to lives and property
    Hurricanes-Be-Prepared.html
  • The hurricanes that have affected Belize
    Belizean-Hurricanes.html
  • Hurricanes in the Caribbean have been declining in intensity and number in recent years
    Hurricane-Patterns.html
  • Storm surge is the greatest threat from hurricanes
    Storm-Surge.html
  • Protection of buildings can greatly reduce property damage and loss of life from hurricanes
    Hurricane-Protection-for-Buildings.html
  • Hurricane Janet
    Hurricane-Janet.html
  • Global climate warming will affect the Caribbean and Central America in ways that can be beneficial or harmful. Appropriate and timely action we can maximise the benefit and minimise loss.
    Global-Warming.html
  • Tropical forests are a major source of carbon storage. Retaining or replanting forests makes a major contribution to reducing the effects of global warming in the Central American region.
    Carbon-storage.html
  • Soot-and-global-warming.html
  • The coastline of Belize follows the “Swan Fracture Fault” which can rupture thus causing major earthquakes and possibly tsunamis.
    Earthquakes-and-Tsunamis.html