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Exploring Guyana’s green gold

There’s a lot of digging going on in Guyana. New discoveries of natural wealth have almost everyone interested in what lies beneath the country’s land and sea. Gerard Mekdeci is also doing some digging, but he’s planning for a different kind of harvest...

Is Guyana on its way to becoming the Caribbean’s new technology hub?

On June 8, 2018, a seed was planted in the soil of our lush green economy—this seed has the potential to transform Guyana into the leading estate of South America and the Caribbean. Exponential technologies and digital transformation were prominent among the...

The Guyana Labor Force Survey: A Happy Reality!

Featured Image: On the left, Diether  doing fieldwork in the streets of Georgetown, Guyana, Jul...

Making Cents for At-Risk Youths in Guyana

By Derise Williams SIDDIQA Shabazz, a 21-year-old school drop-out, became a single mother at the age...

Why walking in the middle of the road is safer by Clevern Liddell

By Clevern Liddell Normally, we walk on one side of the road, left side or right side. My colleague...

Is the Discovery of Oil and Gas in Guyana a Blessing or a Curse?

Since 2015 and up to two weeks ago, Exxon Mobil announced three successful oil and gas discoveries o...

Six Ways Gold Mining in Guyana Can Be More Environmentally Friendly

Photography by Kevin Bonnett. Designed by Lynn Saghir. Blog co-written by Mark Wenner and Jevon Mint...

Building Roads together to improve lives

Today on Labor Day in the USA and in Canada, people love to fire up their grills, head to the beach,...

Coconut the New Sexy: Anglophone Caribbean awakens to exploit new market and tourism opportunities

“Sales of coconut water is slated to grow from US$1.36 billion market in 2014 to US$4 billion in 2...

Biomass Gasification: An Option to Reduce Energy Costs in Rice Milling

Photo courtesy Mark Wenner. View of Rice husk intake into top of gasifier by Luis Miguel Aparicio an...