Flipping the script, this story highlights the climate justice perspective from the ones who bring the information to the fore, the Journalists. Listing the challenges, ethical considerations, and what the media and journalists aspire to achieve. ...

Funds generated from the recently sold carbon credits will be used for Guyana's climate adaptation projects targeting flooding and water management initiatives and infrastructure. ...

Guyana's historic carbon credit payments to indigenous communities. ...

Highlighting some of the challenges, the local conservation authority in Guyana gave an account of the experiences faced in the environmental sector. ...

Guyana has plans to build the first wastewater treatment plant with the aim of reducing sea dumping. ...

With approximately 85% of Guyana’s landmass covered in forests, there is now an approach to monetise the forests. ...

In Guyana, mangroves form part of the natural sea defense but are constantly tested throughout the years due to the change in weather and rising sea levels, resulting in erosion of the soil.  ...

Guyana, a small developing country, made history by signing a multi-year agreement with Hess Corporation, a global oil, gas, and energy solution company based in the United States. ...

With great enthusiasm I joined the Climate Tracker as the Caribbean Program Officer. In my first year, I quickly dived into our first two Caribbean fellowship programs, which involved 19 journalists.  This year we also worked for the very first ...

As the demand for food increases and the ability to supply decreases, food prices will continue to impact consumers all over Guyana. ...