• Guyana Delegates Advocated Youth Involvement in National Consultations and Discussions at Youth Climate Change Conference 2017

    Suphane Dash-Alleyne, Aadilah Ali, Christine Rose Archer, and Yevnie Sukra are the Guyana delegates at the Youth Climate Change Conference 2017 which is being held in Kingston, Jamaica from 10-11 October 2017.

    The 6th formers from Saint Stanislaus College, Queens College, St. Rose’s High School and New Amsterdam Multilateral School respectively joined other youth delegations from Belize, Dominica, Grenada, Jamaica, St. Lucia, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Suriname and Japan to participate in the event which is being held under the theme “Our Climate, Our Voice, Our Change.”

  • Japan - Caribbean Climate Change Partnership launched -Bartica to benefit from installation of Solar Photovoltaic system

    The Ministry of the Presidency (MotP), through the Office of Climate Change, in collaboration with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), on Thursday July 13, 2017, launched the Japan-Caribbean Climate Change Partnership (J-CCCP) in Bartica, which will see the town benefiting from the installation of a 20Kwp grid connected Solar Photovoltaic (PV) system at the 3-Mile Secondary School along with the installation of energy efficient lighting, as well as light-emitting diode (LED) street lighting.

  • LED lights, photo-voltaic systems and piloting of electric vehicles



    …making Bartica a ‘green’ town, one project at a time

    AS Guyana forges ahead with it's Green State Development Strategy, President David Granger has envisioned Bartica (Cuyuni-Mazaruni) as the first ‘green’ town in Guyana and the Caribbean, leading in areas such as renewable energy, electric vehicles and environmental stewardship. 


    One of the key drivers of this vision is the Office of Climate Change (OCC), which is headed by Mrs Janelle Christian. The OCC is determined to play its part and has been quietly doing that for the past two years in the town of Bartica with funding from the Italian Government and the Japan-Caribbean Climate Change Partnership (J-CCCP).

    The control room at the Three Miles Secondary School for the Photovoltaic System, which was installed through the Office of Climate Change
  • The Office of Climate Change opens second NAP workshop

    Georgetown, Guyana – (February 26, 2019) The Office of Climate Change (OCC), today, opened its second National Adaptation Plan (NAP) Workshop, which is aimed at facilitating input for the review of the National Action Plan (NAP) to reduce Guyana’s vulnerability to the impacts of climate change.

    The workshop will also facilitate the integration of climate change into new and existing policies and programmes regarding Guyana’s development.