New York Times
January 22, 2013
Dr. Lesley de Souza, research biologist at John G. Shedd Aquarium, writes from Guyana, where she studies the region’s rich aquatic wildlife, including the arapaima, one of the largest freshwater fishes in the world. (Part 1 in a series)
June 22, 2012
Though tourism is relatively new to Guyana, a network of small-scale, low-impact eco-lodges, are gradually revamping Guyana's image from that of crazy-cult haven to that of unspoiled destination.
January 29, 2011
The travel writer and barrister discovered staying with a local MP was a shortcut to the heart of Guyanese life, from raucous political parties to the pool of a five-star hotel
The Sunday Times - London
November 21, 2010
The redoubtable Diane McTurk is nearly 80. A former press officer at the Savoy, she has a cut-glass accent, a dagger-sharp armoury of stories and a penchant for giant otters. Today, Diane is just one of the galaxy of exotic creatures that inhabit back-country Guyana, South America’s steamiest wild frontier.
New York Times
December 8, 2009
Reporter Erica Gies explores the country's strategy to balance sustainable development priorities against Norway's $100M investment and Canopy Capital's stake in the Iwokrama Rain Forest.
National Public Radio - All Things Considered
March 17, 2009
NPR Commentator Julie Zickfoose recalls the powerful experiences, images, and relationships that came to her during her Guyana explorations.