The differing threats from climate change on the three worlds of Guyana

With a low-lying coastal region, pristine rainforests, and southern savannahs, Guyana’s different worlds are faced with a wide array of climate issues.

Could rising temperatures worsen the crisis of chronic kidney disease in Guyana?

With temperatures forecast to rise by as much as 5 degrees in the country, Guyana’s people could see an explosion of chronic kidney disease cases and deaths.

The psychology behind our inaction on climate change

It should be a cause of great hope and optimism that we hold our own destiny in our hands, but humanity’s track record thus far, and the psychology of us as individuals, means that it is just as likely to be the cause of our downfall as it is our salvation.