Senior Lecturer | Faculty of Earth and Environmental Sciences (FEES), University of Guyana
Dr. Paulette Bynoe, a Senior Lecturer and the former Dean of the Faculty of Earth and Environmental Sciences at the University of Guyana, has more than 20 years of professional accomplishment as an inter-disciplinary trained Environmental Scientist. She teaches post-graduate courses and conducts research related to environmental management, community based disaster risk management, environmental impact assessment, sustainable land management, environmental research methods, and environmental resources policy. Apart from academic position, Dr. Bynoe currently serves as a member of the Guyana Steering Committee on the Forest Carbon Partnership Facility project, Co-Chair of the Caribbean Disaster and Emergency Management Agency (CDEMA) Education Sub-Sector Committee, a member of the Peer Review Network for Disaster Risk Reduction, (The UWI, Mona Campus), Convenor of the Caribbean Examination Council Advanced Subject Panel on Green Engineering, and more recently, Guyana’s Lead Climate Change Negotiator for the UNFCCC. Dr. Bynoe has been awarded the Golden Arrow of Achievement for her contribution to environmental education and training, research, and the development of policies on natural resource management.