Category: Essays

Achieving Land Degradation Neutrality through Active Restoration

By Chetwynd Osborne, BSc, MSc

Published: June 5, 2021 • World Environment Day 2021

National agencies have made tremendous strides over the years to implement SLM strategies and practices that embody a holistic approach to attaining long-term productive ecosystems.

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Geo-spatial data is vital in ecosystem restoration

By Temitope D. Timothy OYEDOTUN, PhD

Published: June 5, 2021 • World Environment Day 2021

The use of high spatial resolution satellite sensors are recommended to improve phenological assessments of mangrove species and examine the soft sediment terrain, saline conditions, and mud bank sediments.

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Freshwater Ecosystems and Restoration

By Professor Judith Rosales, PhD

Published: June 5, 2021 • World Environment Day 2021

Restoration can be designed to rehabilitate freshwater ecosystems, or achieve partial goals such as improve biodiversity, water quality, ecosystem services, ecological integrity and functionality, and/or key ecosystem taxa.

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Transitioning to a Green Economy: What does it mean? – Challenges and Opportunities for Guyana

By Mark Bynoe ✉️, PhD

The Green Economy concept remains attractive for a country like Guyana [that has] vast renewable energy resources potential.

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The Green Economy and Ecosystem Services

By Denise de Souza

The challenge is to access compensation … for aligning Guyana’s economic growth along a low carbon trajectory (outlined in the LCDS), and in so doing, mitigate the principal drivers of deforestation that lie outside the forest sector.

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