As important as rain is for watering crops and replenishing our ground water it can also have devastating effects in our more urbanized areas. Places that were meant to be open spaces for the water to collect and seep into … Continue reading
Two Green Ghanaian contributors, Akua Akyaa Nkrumah and Akua N.M, had the opportunity to be part of a The FG Show, a Choice FM Saturday morning talk show focused on pollution on Saturday, May 18. Hosted by Abigail Ashley, the … Continue reading
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The Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week 2013 is an international platform that will address global problems surrounding water, energy and the environment. Without water there would be no survival of life and energy is what makes the world go round but … Continue reading
The Mole Conference XXIII
Mole Conference is one of the biggest Multi-Stakeholder annual platforms in the Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) sector in Ghana. The Platform, named after the venue of the maiden edition, Mole in the Northern Region of Ghana, is organised by the Coalition of NGOs in Water and Sanitation (CONIWAS) and brings together sector practitioners from NGOs, Government, Private Operators, Networks, CBOs, CSOs, etc. to dialogue, learn and share knowledge/information on specific themes that affect the sector.
In June 2004 I left Ghana to study to become a computer scientist. Seven years (and many twists and turns) later, I’ve finally returned home… but as a final year environmental science and technology student. How my twists and … Continue reading