Solar power generation via photovoltaic (PV) farms is leading the way in the government’s multi-pronged efforts to reduce greenhouse emissions and transition Guyana to sustainable sources of alternative energy. Guyana’s latest installation of solar power grids across the country has ...

At the end of each academic year, students receive a report card from their teachers, which outline the progress made. Whether it’s A+ in Mathematics, or there is need for improvement in English Language, the students are informed of their ...

The first photo to hit Facebook was of the vehicle being lifted off a ship and onto a wharf in Georgetown – a sleek, black Model Y Tesla – the first of its kind on Guyana’s shores and a symbol ...

Countries of the Caribbean region are amongst the world’s most vulnerable to the worst impacts of climate change, from warmer temperatures and rising sea levels, to increased hurricane intensity and unpredictable, also extreme weather events. Caribbean journalists play a crucial ...

BY: VISHANI RAGOBEER Vishani@newsroom.gy Guyana is pursuing several ambitious goals at once. The country wants to lower the exorbitant cost of energy, gradually divorce itself from using harmful fossil fuels and still remain one of the earth’s few net carbon ...

Energy diversification seems to be happening on a project basis, instead of on a national level BY: FIONA DANIELS This article was originally posted on the author’s blog with the support of Climate Tracker’s Caribbean Energy Transition Journalism Fellowship, and an edited version ...

This is part one of a two-part series on the country’s energy transition. TT has vowed to reduce its carbon emissions by 15 per cent by 2030 as part of the Paris Agreement’s National Determined Contributions to help ward off ...

BY: TYRELL GITTENS From the islands of the Caribbean Sea to territories on mainland Central and South America, the Caribbean is composed of countries with diverse geological origins which created unique geographic features over time. For decades, the region’s waterfalls, ...

by: RYAN BACHOO / ryan.bachoo@cnc3.co.tt For much of 50 years, Trinidad and Tobago (T&T) has built a country and its people on the fortunes of fossil fuels. And though alarm bells have been sounding for some decades now that the ...

“To tell us we cannot develop [fossil fuel resources] is an insult to Africa. You are telling us to stay poor in Africa.” ...