Daily Archives: November 3, 2019

Agriculture: Food for life – especially in the interior of Guyana

By Stabroek News – Editorial – October 31, 2019

Last Friday, when she hosted a symposium for Region Nine (Upper Takutu-Upper Essequibo) farmers, Minister within the Ministry of Agriculture Valerie Adams-Yearwood was quoted as telling them that the forecast showed “a bright future… for agriculture in the Rupununi, if economic development is pursued in a way that conserves the region’s cultural and natural heritage…”, this is according to the Department of Public Information (DPI).

Economic development is crucial, no doubt about that, but there are several other factors that could very well shift the touted forecast and one of them, the main one, is climate change, which was referred to in the DPI press release.    Continue reading

Lessons from Nature: Adapting to Change – by Rosaliene Bacchus

New post on Three Worlds One Vision

by the Rosaliene Bacchus Blog

Section of my succulent garden

The succulent plants in my garden brighten my life. During humanity’s mad dash towards the abyss, their quiet dynamic presence calm my troubled mind. Under California’s scorching sunshine that set dry brush ablaze, my succulent plants have found a way to survive the extreme heat. Some change color; others become more compact in form.

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Guyana Politics: President Granger says he is strong enough to serve second term

President David Granger

Granger revealed that very soon, he and the Coalition party will be going into campaign mode for upcoming General and Regional elections. President Granger made this revelation yesterday during a special edition of ‘The Political Show’, which is aired on Kaieteur Radio.    Continue reading

GIHR Online Newsletter – November 2019

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Six Books by Yolanda T. Marshall – Published between 2008-2019

Six Books by Yolanda T. Marshall   ….   Book List:    https://www.ytmarshall.com/yolanda-marshall-books

Yolanda T. Marshall is a Guyanese-born Canadian Author.

As a cross-genre writer, Miss Marshall silently commands you to read and digest life’s cultural motions.

 The oldest of three girls, she began writing poems at the age of 8 years-old. A daughter of a talented Guitarist, her lyrics manifest into poetry, like a genetic code. Poems such as “Serenaded in New York,” “Delia Sings the Blues,” and “Single Rose” flow on a mellow Jazz -like note.       

BOOKS By Yolanda T. Marshall:            There are SIX books published between 2008-2019        Continue reading

OIL: Exxon to drill three more exploration wells in Guyana in coming months

With Guyana’s first oil production projected for next month, ExxonMobil yesterday announced that it will begin drilling three additional exploration wells in the Stabroek Block in the coming months, even as the company boasted of its success here during its third quarter earnings call.          Continue reading

GUYDA: 15th Annual Dinner & Dance – Great Neck, NY – November 9, 2019

Barbadians Urged to Trade and Invest in Guyana and Suriname


Minister in the Ministry of Foreign Trade, Sandra Husbands

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, Friday November 1, 2019 – Businesses in Barbados are being urged to deepen trade with Caribbean Community (CARICOM) neighbours Suriname and Guyana,

The call was made this week by Minister in the Ministry of Foreign Trade, Sandra Husbands, at a Business to Business Forum on Trading Opportunities in Suriname and Guyana, who said Barbados was already exploring opportunities for development in the two countries in agriculture, agro-processing, construction, renewable energy, tourism, education, and services.          Continue reading

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