Category Archives: Environment

‘Guyana: Beyond Beautiful’ – Imaging Interior Travels – video

‘Guyana: Beyond Beautiful’ – Imaging Interior Travels – video

Published on Jul 12, 2012 by Errol Ross Brewster

Imaging Interior Travels is a view through the lens of artist, photographer and film maker Errol Ross Brewster as he travels, over the years, through the interior regions of Guyana. It’s structure is not that of a touristic promotion, a traditional documentary nor a travelogue. Continue reading

Climate Disruption: Thought of the Week – By Rosaliene Bacchus

Originally posted on Three Worlds One Vision:

Global Average Temperature Anomaly 1850-2014Warming Trends Continue in 2014
Photo Credit: World Meteorological Organization

“Fourteen of the fifteen hottest years have all been this century. We expect global warming to continue, given that rising levels of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere and the increasing heat content of the oceans are committing us to a warmer future.”

~ Secretary-General Michel Jarraud, World Meteorological Organization, Geneva, February 2, 2015

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THE TIDES OF DEMERARA: 14 POEMS – By Dmitri Allicock



Mackenzie market

By Dmitri Allicock


The Mackenzie Market of yesteryear

Drama and memories held most dear

The Bauxite Company’s horn blowing

A Banks Beer and customers glowing

Song & rhythm of bygone 1960s beat

The Ferry Boat and R.H Carr so sweet   Continue reading

Guyana Amerindians – Paruima Village Fishing – video

Guyana Amerindians – Paruima Village Fishing – video

Published on Oct 20, 2012

This film is part of ongoing ethnogeographic doctoral research in the cirum-Roraima landscape of the Guiana Shield. For more information:­h

EMBERS OF GUYANA- 13 POEMS – By Dmitri Allicock


By Dmitri Allicock



Fan those embers burning bright

Keep them glowing as you might

Storms hover and wind may blow

Ride that journey of high and low

Positive of thoughts to stir the fire


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By Dmitri Allicock

sun is shining


It has been years since I flew the nest
But my humble home I like the best
Memories of family closeness I feel again
Precious roots that still crowds my brain
Time and many years since I bid farewell
Neighbors and friends I remember well
Home, where the sun still shines so bright
That still lives in my heart and forever right

—-   Continue reading

Guyana:Reducing Traffic Congestion – commentary


November 25, 2014 | By | Features / Columnists, Peeping Tom

As promised last week, I propose in this column to address the alternatives that are available to the government to reduce the parking problems in the city.
The approach of the government to this land many other problems has been to attempt to satisfy the demand for parking. This is an untenable approach towards the problem of parking in the city because it is impossible in such a cramped city to meet the present parking needs, much less to be able to satisfy future demand.

Vehicle traffic within the city has grown beyond the capacity of the city to absorb this volume of traffic. The city is not expanding. It remains a small city and instead of catering for traffic and zoning certain areas, there has been haphazard development, a situation compounded by bus and car parks being located in the heart of the city. Continue reading

ORIGINS- Exclusive Worldwide Premiere – a must-watch video


Origins – Exclusive Worldwide Premiere

Published on Nov 13, 2014

Watch the exclusive worldwide premiere of the Origins film from November 13th – November 22nd. Get Details:
SIgn up for the free 5 day Deep Dive Event here-

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Georgetown: Covering over the City’s canals is unworkable + video

Plan to cover Georgetown’s Dutch canals to use as parking lots


November 17, 2014 | By KNews | Columnists: Peeping Tom

The plan to cover over some of the main canals in the city so as cater for additional parking should be reconsidered. The covering over of the canals will not solve the parking problems of the city; there are also far better alternatives available.

In this column, I will provide some reasons why I believe this plan to roof the canals of the city should be abandoned. I will also in my column next week indicate alternative measures which may be considered to help control traffic and parking in the city since the two are inherently related. Continue reading

After a steaming September, 2014 set to be hottest year ever – NOAA

After a steaming September, 2014 set to be hottest year ever

OCTOBER 23, 2014  –

hot weather pixFLORIDA, United States, Thursday October 23, 2014 – With global land and sea temperatures for September the highest ever recorded for the month, the world is on track for this to be the hottest year ever, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) said in a statement this week.

The confirmation that sweltering September was indeed the hottest such month on record continues a succession of record-beating months for global temperature.

According to NOAA scientists, the year-to-date for 2014 is already tied with 1998 as the warmest such period since 1880 when record keeping began. Continue reading


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