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Earth Day 2017: Environmental & Climate Science Literacy – By Rosaliene Bacchus

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Earth Day 2017 - Adopt the Planet - NASA

Saturday, April 22nd, is Earth Day 2017. The theme is: Environmental & Climate Science Literacy. The three-year campaign begins with a March for Science rally on the National Mall in Washington D.C. It will bring together scientists and supporters to demand that our leaders recognize the scientific truths across all disciplines, including climate change and other environmental issues.

“We need to build a global citizenry fluent in the concepts of climate change and aware of its unprecedented threat to our planet,” says Kathleen Rogers, President of Earth Day Network. “Environmental and climate literacy is the engine not only for creating green voters and advancing environmental and climate laws and policies but also for accelerating green technologies and jobs.”

Earth Day Network is publishing Earth Day and Teach-In toolkits online that lay out steps for holding a successful event. To learn more about Earth Day Network and March for Science…

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Check out this video – “Undiscovered Guyana”

Check out this video – “Undiscovered Guyana”

Guyanese Artist Antonio Butts Reveals the True Essence of His Art

Guyanese Artist Reveals the True Essence of His Art

  • Posted on March 13, 2017 – The Caribbean Current Magazine
  • Antonio Butts now resides in Trinidad & Tobago. West Indies.

Antonio Butts

Guyanese artist Antonio Butts believes that all of us were born artists.

He says it is up to us to realize our latent talent. “I did not discover art; art discovered me.

As children we are all born artists…born with creativity. Some are inspired, but only some realize and discover it. Some of the first (indigenous) peoples of the world: The Amerindians, Mayans and Aborigines were also the first artists…it was a form of expression for them,” Butts shares.

“I was hungry and determined to learn, so I would go to other secondary schools such as Central High School and Queen’s College and speak to the art teacher and sit in on their art classes.   Continue reading

‘Sheer Reckless Folly’: Trump Destroys Obama-Era Climate Rules – By Rosaliene Bacchus

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Public Citizen’s Arkush: “It is up to the American public to move the nation in the right direction on climate and clean energy despite the worst efforts of the so-called leader in the White House.”

Source: ‘Sheer Reckless Folly’: Trump Destroys Obama-Era Climate Rules

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Guyana 411 – March 24, 2017 – Focus on Leguan Island. Essequibo. Guyana

GINA Guyana

Guyana 411 – March 24, 2017 – Focus on Leguan Island. Essequibo. Guyana

I LOVE MY GUYANA – 2nd Edition – By Chris Prashad – music video

I LOVE MY GUYANA – 2nd Edition – By Chris Prashad – music video

Published on Feb 20, 2017

This song is dedicated to all Guyanese and friends where ever you may be especially my Amerindian brothers and sisters whose survival skills are beyond comparison. Enjoy and feel free to share with all your friends. Don’t forget to subscribe to my YouTube channel and view my other videos on Guyanese Online.

Guyana- Shining Bright -30 Poems – By Dmitri Allicock


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Guyana aims to shift economy from gold to green – by Molly Bergen

Guyana aims to shift economy from gold to green

Alluvial gold mining in the rainforests of Guyana.

Alluvial gold mining in the rainforests of Guyana. This is a medium-scale operation; many Guyanese work in the artisanal, small-scale gold mining sector, which is built around removing minerals from topsoils. As the gold runs out, the supply accessible from the surface will be the first to disappear, leaving many people in search of new livelihoods. (© Pete Oxford/iLCP)      Continue reading

Jobs vs The Environment – By Rosaliene Bacchus

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Headquarters of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
Federal Triangle facilities – Washington DC – USA

Our global capitalist economic system has brought us to the edge of an abyss. If we want more jobs, the corporate capitalist elite tells us, we must reduce environmental regulations that increase their operational costs and make their products less competitive in the global marketplace. They say the same about financial regulations and employee wages. But those are other interrelated issues. I want to focus here on the environment.

The word “environment” seems to have lost its meaning for those of us, like myself, who live in large urban centers and have a greater say in state and federal policies, regulating our environmental protections. Far removed from our natural world, we can control the temperature within our homes, offices, and commercial and entertainment centers. We obtain our food and beverages, including purified bottled water…

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Guyana: Black Water People – Twenty Poems – By Dmitri Allicock


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