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Suriname: The Greenest Country on Earth - A Special Report

Suriname: The Greenest Country on Earth - A Special Report

Suriname: The Greenest Country on Earth is a Special Report produced by The Washington Times International Advocacy Department.

Desiré Delano Bouterse, President of Suriname

Attaining new heights in sustainable development

Suriname is investing in its future and strengthening its regional relationships

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The eventual aim of the South Suriname Project is to safeguarding the headwaters of Suriname’s most important rivers. (Courtesy Government of Suriname)

Indigenous people redefine conservation







Tout Lui Faut refines about 7,350 barrels per day of diesel fuel, fuel oil, and asphalt bitumen – about half of the country’s needs. (Photo: Courtesy Staatsolie Public Relations)

Oil industry heats up












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Download the Special Report produced by The Washington Times International Advocacy Department, available in the October 10, 2014, edition of The Washington Times. (7.7 MB)

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