Tag: World Wildlife Fund

Govt committed to protection of nation’s wildlife – Dir. of Environment

Govt committed to protection of nation’s wildlife – Dir. of Environment

Staff Writer Staff Writer- March 4, 2019

― Green State Development Strategy (GSDS) ensures wildlife protection ― Wildlife Conservation Commission urges Guyanese to protect marine life DPI, ... Read More

Ministry of Natural Resources signs Memoranda of Understanding with National Toshaos Council and World Wildlife Fund

Ministry of Natural Resources signs Memoranda of Understanding with National Toshaos Council and World Wildlife Fund

Staff Writer Staff Writer- February 6, 2019

The Ministry of Natural Resources (MNR) is pleased to have conducted the signing of two Memoranda of Understanding (MOU) today ... Read More

Media vital to raising awareness of Green State Development Strategy

Media vital to raising awareness of Green State Development Strategy

Staff Writer Staff Writer- June 20, 2018

DPI, Guyana, Wednesday, June 20, 2018 Head of the Department of Environment (DOE), Ndibi Schwiers says the media is an ... Read More

Earth Hour 2018 to shine a light on the environment

Earth Hour 2018 to shine a light on the environment

Staff Writer Staff Writer- March 14, 2018

DPI, Guyana, Wednesday, March 14, 2018 Earth Hour (60 Minutes Plus) 2018, was launched today with a youth panel discussion ... Read More

“Guyana’s level of public transparency remarkable”- Global Environmental Economist Sukhdev

“Guyana’s level of public transparency remarkable”- Global Environmental Economist Sukhdev

Staff Writer Staff Writer- January 11, 2018

DPI, Guyana, Thursday, January 11, 2018 Renowned Environmental Economist, Pavan Sukhdev has commended the level of public transparency, demonstrated by ... Read More

Mangrove forest revival underway at Better Hope

Mangrove forest revival underway at Better Hope

Staff Writer Staff Writer- August 24, 2016

NAREI, Wednesday, August 24, 2016 Approximately, 12,000 black mangrove seedlings are being planted along Better Hope, East Coast Demerara foreshore. The planting ... Read More

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