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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…Continue
Added by Albert Oppong-Ansah on December 30, 2011 at 7:58 — No Comments
I START: THE GREEN CONSCIOUS THE GREEN! THE GREEN LIFE STYLE IYOOH!
BEFORE I CONTINUE, PLEASE DONT MIND THE GRAMMER, I AM FROM A POOR BACKGROUND THAT TODAY LEAD MYSELFE WRITING THIS DOCUMENT OR SHOULD I SAY AN ARTICLE? SOMETIMES INTELLECTUALS WILL SAY IT’S A PAPER THAT CAN PRODUCE DISCUSSIONS. AND LUCKY AS A SOUTH AFRICAN, I RECEIVED AN OPPORTUNITY TO ATTEND AT A HIGHER INSTITUTION OF LEARNING. SO, THAT WILL TELL YOU ALL AND I AM PROUDLY SOUTH AFRICAN AND COSCIOUS ABOUT AFRICA IN…Continue
The World Clean Technology Summit will bring together world leaders in renewable energy, exhibitors, investors, development experts, scientists and clean technology providers from around the world to engage, interact with each other, exchange business contacts, forge partnerships, and pave a way…Continue
Added by Robinah K. Nanyunja on December 21, 2011 at 7:00 — No Comments
Added by Dr. Ibrahim Mostafa Saleh on December 19, 2011 at 18:40 — No Comments
If you are struggling to work out what the latest LCA, KP and Indaba texts mean, Friends of the Earth have provided this summary - http://goo.gl/L9SWE
Added by Alex Rafalowica on December 10, 2011 at 14:19 — No Comments
I would like to introduce you to our new short film: Rwanda: emerging in a changing climate.
You can access the video by clicking here.
The film was co-produced by the the …Continue
Added by Amiera Sawas on December 9, 2011 at 16:05 — No Comments
Busisiwe Ntlela was radiant when I met her yesterday. Just this month, and with money she earned selling tiny trees, she has bought a new cupboard and an electric stove and she is proud as can be.
I met this 60-year old mother of seven on the outskirts of Durban, South Africa where she and hundreds of other women are helping to transform their communities and the landscape around them, one seed at a time.
Added by Mike Shanahan on December 8, 2011 at 14:27 — No Comments
Added by armstrong-ogbonna,augustina on December 5, 2011 at 18:51 — No Comments
The increasing variation in weather pattern across the world is increasing the threat that different groups of people in the society are exposed to. The year started with an earth quake in Argentina and China followed by other devastation in other parts of the world. Presently in Durban South Africa there is an on-going…Continue
Added by armstrong-ogbonna,augustina on December 5, 2011 at 10:58 — No Comments