Publications in GUYANA


Stabroek News
10/7/2018

While saying that it is seeking to resolve its ongoing dispute with Mechanical Tillage Operators at the Albion Estate, in Berbice, the Guyana Sugar Corporation Inc (GuySuCo) yesterday explained that... View full article at stabroeknews.com
Stabroek News
10/4/2018

The workers attached to the mechanical tillage gang at the Albion Estate, in Berbice, went on strike on Monday and Tuesday after management reduced their payments, which they say is not enough to... View full article at stabroeknews.com

Guyana's biological diversity continues to astound even the most seasoned scientists. WWF Guianas and Global Wildlife Conservation's latest expedition in Guyana, documented in our latest Biodiversity Assessment Team (BAT) survey publication launched
IPS News
8/14/2018

Kaieteur Falls, Guyana. Guyanese farmers have been reporting salt water intrusion for a number of years. This especially happens during periods of drought and in those regions where irrigation water is sourced from rivers and creeks which drain into

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Aug 14 2018 (IPS) - Mikesh Ram would watch his rice crops begin to rot during the dry season in Guyana, because salt water from the nearby Atlantic Ocean was displacing freshwater from the Mahaica River he and other farmers used to fl

Solicitation Number:19GY2018R0004 Notice Type: Presolicitation This is a Pre-solicitation Notice of the US Government's intent to issue a solicitation for the construction of a well to supply drinking water to the Embassy of the United States of Ame

Residents of the village of Wakapoa in the lower Pomeroon River in Region 2 (Pomeroon/Supenaam) now have access to safe water following the installation of Slow Sand Filters by the Guyana Water... View full article at stabroeknews.com

At approximately 5.32 last evening; the Demerara-Berbice Interconnected System (DBIS) experienced a shutdown as a result of a trip on the transmission line linking East and West Demerara, the Guyana... View full article at stabroeknews.com
Stabroek News
1/18/2018

Fearing that an oil spill from production by ExxonMobil could devastate the fishing and agricultural industries, fishermen and farmers from Upper Corentyne, Berbice yesterday called for insurance... View full article at stabroeknews.com

The tarantula was just one of many finds during an expedition to the Potaro Plateau in Guyana.

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