Tracking mining, deforestation

The Ministry of Natural Resources and the Environment today launched a Geospatial Information Management Unit at the Guyana Forestry Commission (GFC) that will track mining activities, legal and illegal, deforestation, and other illegal activities. In this GINA photo, Minister Robert Persaud (fourth from right) with staff of the various agencies and members of the Geospatial Unit at Guyana Forestry Commission.

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