Tag: Low Carbon Development Strategy (LCDS) 2030

Guyana’s commitment to sustainable development unshakeable – President Ali

Guyana’s commitment to sustainable development unshakeable – President Ali

- July 28, 2022

- tells CSIS that country can be a world leader on climate change and food security His Excellency President Irfaan ... Read More

Gov’t to dedicate 15 percent of all conservation revenues to Amerindians, forest-dependent communities 

Gov’t to dedicate 15 percent of all conservation revenues to Amerindians, forest-dependent communities 

- June 28, 2022

The government, through its new and expanded Low Carbon Development Strategy (LCDS) 2030, plans to set aside 15 percent of ... Read More

Guyana Marine Conservation Society launches five-year strategic plan

Guyana Marine Conservation Society launches five-year strategic plan

- June 8, 2022

- buttresses work in LCDS 2030 One of Guyana’s oldest and only marine-focused non-governmental organization, the Guyana Marine Conservation Society ... Read More

LCDS 2030 a catalyst for wildlife conservation in Guyana – Minister Teixeira

LCDS 2030 a catalyst for wildlife conservation in Guyana – Minister Teixeira

- June 1, 2022

Minister of Parliamentary Affairs and Governance, the Honourable Gail Teixeira, who is performing the functions of Prime Minister, today stated ... Read More

Message from His Excellency Dr Mohamed Irfaan Ali, President of the Co-operative Republic of Guyana, on the occasion of World Earth Day 2022

Message from His Excellency Dr Mohamed Irfaan Ali, President of the Co-operative Republic of Guyana, on the occasion of World Earth Day 2022

- April 22, 2022

His Excellency Dr Mohamed Irfaan Ali, President of the Co-operative Republic of Guyana Today, Guyana joins the International Community in ... Read More

Guyana playing its part to curb climate change with LCDS 2030

Guyana playing its part to curb climate change with LCDS 2030

- November 25, 2021

The adverse and potentially catastrophic impacts of climate change are already being experienced in Guyana, and since the 1960s, Guyana ... Read More

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