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Albert Oppong-Ansah
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Ghana News Agency
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Climate Change and Environment
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+233 242 586 646
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Am an Environmental Journalist in Ghana.

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Ghanaians need to be aware about climate change

Albert Oppong-Ansah

"Earthly things have changed and it is because we have started cutting down trees everywhere," said middle-aged Lariba Mohammed, a vegetable farmer near Tamale, the capital of the Northern Region, 658 km north of the Ghanaian capital Accra.

Lariba, a mother of five children, is only one of the speakers at a community meeting on the declining rains that had affected agricultural production in the north part of the West African country.



Posted on March 1, 2012 at 20:10

Climate Change ‘fights’ rice farmers in Northern Ghana “Rice production in to reduce by 36 per cent, farmers abandoned their fields due to lack of rains”

Climate Change ‘fights’ rice farmers in Northern Ghana

   “Rice production in to reduce by 36 per cent, farmers abandoned their fields due to lack of rains”


 A Ghana News Agency Feature by Albert Oppong-Ansah


     Tamale, Dec. 30, GNA - Thousands of people in the southern part of Ghana wailed when they lost properties worth several millions of Ghana Cedis and 14 human lives following a seven hour torrential rainfall in October this…


Posted on December 30, 2011 at 7:58

Women farmers regenerate barren land in Ghana

Statistics show 49 out of the 138 districts in Ghana ARE currently in the desert belt, which poses a threat to the national development

SPECIAL REPORT BY Albert Oppong-Ansah XINHUA CORRESPONDENT by Albert Oppong-Ansah, CoastWeek Newspapers Ltd.,


NANDOM, Ghana…


Posted on August 29, 2011 at 20:30

A national consensus is needed to achieve MDG Seven – UNDP

Albert Oppong-Ansah

Ghana’s quest to meet the Millennium Development Goals (MDG) and, specifically target Seven ‘A’, could only be achieved through a concerted effort between the government and key stakeholders.

The MDG seven focuses on ensuring environmental sustainability with a specific target of increasing the proportion of land covered by forest.

Mr K. Edem Senanu, National Project Coordinator of the UNDP and Africa 2000 Network – Sustainable Rural Livelihoods…


Posted on May 22, 2011 at 20:32

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