Recognizing an artistic heritage is essential to a nation

Dear Editor, Guyana is nearing the celebration of the 44th anniversary of its independence from Britain. And as a result of never having been a part of this milestone, on the evening of May 20, paintings brought in from the United States of America by the author were mounted in an exhibition at the National Gallery of Art (Castellani House) to acknowledge the country’s present status.

The Amaila Falls project should cater for a disaster preparedness component in the estimated costs

Dear Editor, Of the Amaila Falls hydropower project Sithe Global noted, “Our environmental and social standards have been certified by our partners including multilateral lenders, such as the World Bank, African Development Bank, Inter-American Development Bank and other institutions well-known to have the world’s most exacting environmental, social and safety standards.