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Ghana is a West African country that sits below the Sahara desert and above the Gulf of Guinea. It is a coastal country with a landscape covered in rich tropical forest and contains the largest man-made lake in the world, Lake Volta.  A country with an economy built on agriculture, Ghana boasts of botanical gardens and animal sanctuaries but mismanagement and mass urbanization has caused an exponential rise in environmental degradation.

Being ‘green’ means different things in different places. What does it mean to be green in Ghana? What can be done to introduce greener policies and cultivate greener attitudes? How can the cultural practices of the past that preserved the land be re-introduced into a modern Ghanaian society? The dialogue takes place here… join us and let us know what you think. We would love to hear from you.


9 Responses to About

  1. Nana Ama says:

    Yayy!..i really love this blog and am glad to see someone with an interest in making our country a better one by addressing environmental issues through such a medium.I am also a senior environmental science at Iowa State University,oh and Ghanaian too. 🙂 Good job!


  2. Kwabena Antwi-Boasiako says:

    We’ve been following each other on Twitter but I’ve not taken the trouble to know you better, until now. My interest in environmental issues was the key reason for me to leave my job as an insurer (I’m a Chartered Insurer) to pursue further studies in Public Policy (specialising in GeoGovernance) at the University of Potsdam, Germany. Having been here (Germany) and seeing how environmentally conscious the Germans are, I realise we have a long way to go back home. But people like you give me hope. Thanks for your effort.


  3. Rita says:

    Hi, Please check out my program. I’d like to talk to you about collaborating if you are interested. I look forward to hearing from you soon. http://abroadimpact.com/renewable-energy/


  4. Aaron says:

    Hello. I definitely have a reason to be excited knowing we have all had such strong passions for the well being of our Ghanaian environment.
    Together, we will sure achieve more.
    Keep up the good work.


  5. Keep it up Dear, U are doing a Great Job. I also Love technology and you could check our site sometime. http://www.techworldafrica.com


  6. kumadorian says:

    I am proud being a Ghanaian and also happy to see a fellow Ghanaian being so passionate about her country. In fact I will make sure I read your articles. Keep up the good work. God bless you.


  7. angela says:


    I would like to introduce myself. My name is Angela, I am a freelance editor and I’m currently writing for Ghanaian and international blogs and websites writing articles on various topics such as sports, technology, fashion, beauty, career and employment. Today, while surfing the Internet, I came across your site and I really liked it. I wanted to first compliment you on it and I was wondering if you were interested in one of my articles for your site? If so, please let me know at your earliest convenience by writing an e-mail to my personal account.

    Thank you in advance and have a great day. Kind regards,


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