Monthly Archives: October 2012

Green Ghanaian’s Ghana Decides Tag Video

The Link: Here I express my opinions on the upcoming election as an environmental scientist (Green Ghanaian) with my Ghana Decides Tag Video. Ghana Decides is an initiative in Ghana creating awareness about Ghana’s 2012 elections. http://www.ghanadecides.com. To participate in … Continue reading

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Why is your country so dirty? Because your government is so cheap!

In this season of political manifestos and party election slogans, one might wonder if we have time to think about our environment. Of course we do! After all, it is the environment which holds us before elections, during elections and … Continue reading

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A Green President for Ghana?

Ghana has been praised as a growing African democracy and one of the fastest growing economies on the continent. After the passing of the ex-president His Excellency John Evans Fiifi Atta Mills, the vice president John Mahama was sworn in … Continue reading

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