Dr Delali Dovie of the Regional Institute of Population Studies, University of Ghana has called for financial assessment of the impact of climate change in the country to identify how much the nation is losing to the phenomenon.
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A delegation of nine Ghanaian Parliamentarians has returned from an exchange programme to discuss climate change and development with Westminster colleagues and experts in London.
“Agriculture worldwide is being impacted by climate change and in less than 15 years global population will rise by one billion people,” a statement issued by the Consultative Group on International Agrocultural Research (CGIAR) Friday quoted Sir John Beddington, lead author of the article ‘What Next for Agriculture After Durban?’, as saying.
A new study led by a NASA scientist highlights 14 key air pollution control measures that, if implemented, could slow the pace of global warming, improve health and boost agricultural production.
Canada’s announcement before Christmas that it will formally withdraw from the Kyoto Protocol could not have been better timed to puncture the sense of progress generated by the UN climate change conference in Durban just two days earlier. There, delegates had celebrated a dramatic and unexpected conclusion that saw all 194 countries (including Canada) agree …
Accra , Nov 09, GNA -Ghana needs collaborative efforts from all stakeholders to find local solutions to the climate change menace to ensure that the country was food secure, Mr Edward Nsenkyire, Chairman of the National Climate Change Committee, said on Wednesday.
An increased body of evidence shows that climatic variability is adversely affecting Ghana’s natural resources such as land, water, forests and vegetation, as well as human capital.
This December, activists and world leaders are meeting in Durban, South Africa for the United Nations climate conference.
Almost every major American daily newspaper picked up an article published earlier this month by New York Times scribe Justin Gillis entitled “A Warming Planet Struggles to Feed Itself.”
CIUDAD OBREGÓN, Mexico — The dun wheat field spreading out at Ravi P. Singh’s feet offered a possible clue to human destiny. Baked by a desert sun and deliberately starved of water, the plants were parched and nearly dead.