The Low Carbon Development Strategy Multi-Stakeholder Steering Committee was established in 2009 to oversee the consultation and awareness process for Guyana's Low Carbon Development Strategy. The committee's functions are to:
- Provide input and guidance to the planning and execution of the sub-national consultations and education and awareness activities;
- Assist in information dissemination to constituencies; and
- Assist in convening fora within constituencies to promote and discuss the Strategy Provide feedback on Guyana’s Low Carbon Development Strategy.
The committee comprises senior governmental ministers and civil servants including representatives from the Enviromental Protection Agency, Guyana Forestry Commission, Guyana Geology and Mines Commission, Ministry of Amerindian Affairs and the Office of Climate Change. It also includes non-governmental representatives from private sector NGOs, environmental NGOs, including Conservation International Guyana and World Wildlife Fund, Amerindian NGOs, and associations of foresters and miners.