President Ali said, “Guyana’s forests are part of its natural patrimony and our forests constitute a part of Guyana’s rich natural capital.  ...

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 ...

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 ...

The energy transition – reducing reliance on environmentally harmful, price-volatile, fossil fuels to power the region, and increasing renewable energy resources – is an essential part of securing a sustainable, resilient future for these nations, however change, so far, has ...

Caribbean journalists have an important role to play in tracking energy transition developments across the region. Apply by 4th July, for the opportunity to attend our energy transition workshop for Jamaica, Guyana, and Trinidad and Tobago and the opportunity to ...

Immaculata Casimero, a Wapichan indigenous woman from Guyana, says her people have been advocating their land rights for more than 50 years. As global leaders pledge to save trees at COP26 in Glasgow, she argues land rights are even more ...

Low-lying states vulnerable to rising sea levels face a death sentence if adequate efforts are not made to slow global warming. ...

Guyana’s leaders argue the country can still be a net zero carbon emitter, meaning that the harmful gases released into the atmosphere by oil and other sectors can be balanced out by the harmful gases which its tress suck in. ...

As sea level rises, the South American country's coastal population faces unprecedented challenges. ...

Mangroves are a protected key ecosystem in climate mitigation and adaptation. However, not everywhere this protection becomes effective. ...