Tag: National Parks Commission

Stakeholder involvement, a major component of policy development at Environment Dept.

Stakeholder involvement, a major component of policy development at Environment Dept.

Staff Writer Staff Writer- March 27, 2018

DPI, GUYANA, Tuesday, March 27, 2018 The Ministry of the Presidency’s Department of Environment (DoE) continues to place emphasis on ... Read More

“If we are talking about a ‘green state’ we can’t have a slushy state”- Minister Harmon

“If we are talking about a ‘green state’ we can’t have a slushy state”- Minister Harmon

Staff Writer Staff Writer- January 24, 2018

DPI, GUYANA, Wednesday, January 24, 2018 Minister of State, Joseph Harmon during a sector review of the Department of the ... Read More

Statement from the Department of the Environment on the restructuring of the Environmental Protection Agency   

Statement from the Department of the Environment on the restructuring of the Environmental Protection Agency  

Staff Writer Staff Writer- February 7, 2017

  (Georgetown Guyana – February 7, 2017) This is the first in a series of briefs from the Department of ... Read More

Department of Environment to restructure EPA, other agencies in keeping Green Agenda   

Department of Environment to restructure EPA, other agencies in keeping Green Agenda  

Staff Writer Staff Writer- February 7, 2017

  Georgetown, Guyana – (February 7, 2017) As Government continues with its thrust toward a Green Pathway, the Department of ... Read More

Guyana Forestry Commission remains under Natural Resources Ministry  -Minister Harmon clarifies

Guyana Forestry Commission remains under Natural Resources Ministry -Minister Harmon clarifies

Staff Writer Staff Writer- December 21, 2016

Georgetown, Guyana – (December 21, 2016) Minister of State, Mr. Joseph Harmon wishes to inform that the Guyana Forestry Commission ... Read More

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