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CARICOM Climate Change Task Force Established at Heads of Governments Meeting PDF Print E-mail

Ramotar-11President Ramotar took the lead on climate change at the Heads Meeting in St. Vincent following which CARICOM Leaders agreed to establish a CARICOM Climate Change Task Force to provide guidance to Caribbean climate change negotiators, their Ministers and the region’s political leaders. The Caribbean Climate Change Centre (CCCCC) along with the CARICOM Secretariat has been tasked with setting up the Task Force and facilitating its work. Heads also reaffirmed the mandate to the CCCCC to develop in partnership with member states, a portfolio of bankable projects eligible for climate financing and to present to the donor community for support.
According to President Ramotar “This is a critical decision by Heads at a time when efforts are underway through the UN to have a global climate change agreement by end of 2015. We need to ensure that as a region, our voices are being heard on this important issue, and not only from our technical people, but from the collective political leadership in the region. We have to ensure that we push for a climate change agreement by 2015 which is ambitious in terms of emission reduction targets and providing climate financing.” President Ramotar also emphasized that despite the difficulties faced with climate financing and support for the adaptation and climate resilience, the region needs to aggressively tap into opportunities that exist now while we organize ourselves for future possibilities.
In this regard the President commended the work of the CCCCC and indicated that Guyana has been working closely with the Centre since its establishment and closer ties are being developed as part of the LCDS implementation.

Lcds To Receive Further Support From Indian Research Institute PDF Print E-mail

dsds2014Guyana’s LCDS will continue to benefit from further implementation support from The Energy and Research Institute (TERI) headed by Dr. R.K Pachauri, Nobel Prize Laureate and Chairman of the Inter- Governmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).
Former President of Guyana Bharrat Jagdeo held discussions with Dr. R.K Pachauri and TERI officials on the margins of the 14th Delhi Sustainable Development Summit 2014 which is currently being convened by TERI in New Delhi under the theme ‘Attaining Energy, Water and Food Security for All.’

President Ramotar meets with CCCCC Delegation PDF Print E-mail

DSC 6689On 8th January 2014, His Excellency President Donald Ramotar received a delegation from the Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre (CCCCC) which included Executive Director, Dr. Kenrick Leslie and Deputy Director and Scientific Adviser, Dr. Neville Trotz. Among issues raised by President Ramotar was Guyana’s keen interest in promoting and supporting increased action in the Caribbean region on the issue of climate change.

Request For Proposal PDF Print E-mail

The Government of Guyana through the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment is requesting proposals from suitably qualified Consultancy Firms to conduct a “Scoping Study of the Potential Adoption of the Extractive Industry Transparency Initiative (EITI) in Guyana”. More information can be accessed by clicking on the following link:


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