Since 2007, millions of people around the world turn off their lights on March 30 for one hour as a symbol of their commitment to fighting climate change. Go beyond the hour and take small, everyday actions including conserving water, using less plastic, and cutting back on your electricity use.
EARTH DAY 2018 MESSAGE FROM THE MINISTRY OF THE PRESIDENCY, DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTNews Video
Plastic pollution is poisoning our oceans and land, injuring marine life, and affecting our health!
Help End Plastic Pollution by finding out how many plastic items you consume every year and make a PLEDGE to reduce that amount.
RIO (United Nations Convention on Biological Diversity)News Video
Biodiversity is the essence of life. Guyana's endowment of a wide variety of plants, animals, fungi, and ecosystems make our country a special place. Let's have a look at what Guyana is doing to protect and conserve its natural patrimony.
RIO (United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification)Land Use
Land is the foundation of our life, our economy, yet we treat land as if it were simply dirt. Guyana has signed on to the Convention to Combat Desertification and Drought and has been implementing programs and enacting policies to protect our land.