Please see attached notice published by the EPA – Esso Exploration and Production Guyana Ltd. ESIA is now available for review. The notice was published on March 01, 2017 and a 60 day period is provided for stakeholders to provide comments. The close of the review period is April 28, 2017. Below is the link to the documents on EPA’s website: http://www.epaguyana.org/index.php/downloads/esias
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Planetwalk’s core mission is the development and coordination of a global network of Planetwalkers. Planetwalk will sponsor walks nationally and internationally with the purpose of promoting environmental education and responsibility and a vision of world peace and cooperation. Planetwalk is modeled on Dr. John Francis’s worldwide pilgrimage that works to transcend cultural, social and political boundaries by fostering communication between young people, scientists and environmental practitioners. Continue reading “John Francis – I didn’t speak for 17 years!”
you have no business intervening in our business is the same thing yall doing wid the sugar
guyana is managing the forest sector well and we know what we doing so i dont know how come yall jump up and say not that we not. we got rangers on foot and ATV all ova de bush. the hell wid you and yuh satellite imagery
this letter is a rush cause i real vex but i is english too. i could talk good so dont feel like yall can run we no talks Continue reading “dear whiteman – ramesh dookoo & guyana private sector cocaine speaks #greenheart”
A U.S. court just handed another victory to the oil giant Chevron Texaco, in its decades-long battle to avoid paying damages it owes in one of the worst environmental disasters in history. In the Ecuadorean Amazon, the most biodiverse area of the world, the energy titan deliberately poisoned 5 million acres of pristine habitat and subjected tens of thousands of indigenous peoples to destruction of their health and culture. In Part 1 of ‘Chevron vs. the Amazon,’ Abby Martin takes The Empire Files inside Chevron Texaco’s Amazon killzone to see the areas deemed “remediated” by Chevron, and spoke with the people living in the aftermath.