Thursday, 17 December 2009 00:00

Prince Charles praises Guyana-Norway project

Britain’s Prince Charles has hailed the historic Guyana-Norway agreement as a good approach in the battle against catastrophic climate change as the world leaders meeting in Copenhagen, Denmark, faces an uphill task trying to strike a meaningful global treaty.The Prince, who has been among international figures backing this country’s climate change model, addressed the high-level opening of the summit Tuesday night, noting that the forests of the world are being “cleared at a terrifying rate.”

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Stories News 2009 08 31 1GUYANA’S leadership role in climate change is gaining more international recognition and the momentum is building with President Bharrat Jagdeo’s participation in high-level meetings next month.
The country’s standing was further buoyed last week with United States Secretary of State Hillary Clinton hailing the work by Mr. Jagdeo and the country to combat climate change.

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