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Heads of states Ready for biggest impact in the history on Climatic change

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People from all over global is getting ready to make biggest the impactful climate change conference in Paris Next month and this time it’s going to be the young youth play the key roleon this COP21 which am sure that problems that occur in all part of the planet will be brought on the table ,huge discussion its set to take places which is going change the world which we are today and take the it back from this devastating  climatic condition that’s is being occurring for the past because of this human created technology and worldly life that the people wish to live in all the countries.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 27 October 2015 06:48 Read more...
 

Policy Implementation Needed for Africa’s Development

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The panel launching the books at the event. From left, Prof. Emmanuel Owusu-Bennoah, Professor, College of Agriculture & Consumer Sciences, University of Ghana and member of UNU-INRA Advisory Board, Dr. Laurent Sedogo, Director, WASCAL, Mr. Nicholas Neequaye, Director of Agri-business, (MoFA) and Dr. Elias. T. Ayuk, UNU-INRA Director.   

Commitment to the implementation of natural resources management policies in Africa will help in enhancing the contribution of natural resources to the continent’s development. This was one of the key messages in the closing remarks of the Director of the United Nations University Institute for Natural Resources in Africa (UNU-INRA), Dr. Elias T. Ayuk, at a book launch event organised by the Institute in Accra on  the 18th June, 2015.

Last Updated on Monday, 27 July 2015 10:06 Read more...
 

Climate Change Mitigation in Africa must be a Priority

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The Director of the United Nations University Institute for Natural Resources in Africa (UNU-INRA), Dr. Elias T. Ayuk has called on African governments and other stakeholdersin the agricultural value chainto take steps to mitigate climate change impact on food security in Africa. According to Dr. Ayuk, evidence from UNU-INRA’s project for ECOWAS and other reports suggest that climate impact may be severe, and some countries could see increases in crop production, for instance, in maize, while a majority arevery likely to become net importers of food if pragmatic measures are not taken, hence the need to allocate more resourcesto lessenthe potential effects on food security.He made the suggestionduring a courtesy call on the South African High Commissioner to Ghana, Her Excellency, Ms LulamaXingwana, in Accra.

 

Last Updated on Wednesday, 20 May 2015 07:50 Read more...
 

Doctors on front lines for health and climate

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Air pollution has become part of life for people across large parts of Asia.  ,Thick smog chokes cities and their inhabitants as black exhaust from diesel engines clogs the air on daily commutes. In rural areas, views of mountains and valleys are often obscured by a haze that comes from distant urban and industrial sources as well as from local cooking and agricultural fires.  Air pollution contributes to climate change, and it also threatens the health and quality of life of those forced to live with it.

Last Updated on Friday, 01 May 2015 23:28 Read more...
 

Education is Key to Disaster Risk Reduction

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Disaster risk management  preparedness efforts should include education at different levels on risks prevention, coping and adaptation strategies. This, according to Prof. Jakob Rhyner, the Vice Rector of the United Nations University in Europe and Director of Environment and Human Security (UNU-EHS), will improve knowledge on risk management and cooperation from communities when disaster occurs. Prof. Rhyner made the suggestion during a presentation on the topic “Future Challenges to Risk Management” at a seminar organized by the United Nations University Institute for Natural Resources in Africa (UNU- INRA), in Accra, Ghana. Citing disaster case studies from different countries in Europe and Africa, Prof. Rhyner noted that coping strategies for natural disasters including tsunami, flood, drought, and sea-level rise, are often not enough to mitigate their impacts on livelihoods.

Last Updated on Saturday, 02 May 2015 16:58 Read more...
 
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