(MENAFN – Caribbean News Global)
By Ivelaw Lloyd Griffith
The first article discussed Guyana’s geography and environmental conditions against the backdrop of South America’s lone English-speaking petrostate. I turn attention now to the nature and impact of the flooding and offer a few prescriptions to address the challenge.
Water, water everywhere
Guyana’s current aqua condition calls to mind the memorable line in Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s classic poem, The Rime of the Ancient Mariner: ‘Water, water, everywhere.’ Heavy rains are expected in Guyana at this time of the year, part of the…