Saturday, October 15, 2016

Mudor waste treatment plant nears completion



By Edmund Smith-Asante & Naa Lamiley Bentil, ACCRA

The Mudor Administration Block
 Plans to decommission the infamous lavender hill are far advanced with about 85 per cent of work on the Mudor waste treatment plant completed.

Wednesday, September 28, 2016

200 companies save billion dollars through clean energy

By Edmund Smith-Asante, Marrakech
Mr Paul Polman, UNILEVER CEO with other speakers behind him at the forum.
The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of UNILEVER, Mr Paul Polman, has shown the commitment of the world’s business sector to employing clean energy for a low carbon energy future, by announcing the savings that have been made in just a year.


Africa calls for action oriented climate change conference



By Edmund Smith-Asante, Tanger, Morocco
 
The King of Morocco, Mohammed VI
The 22nd edition of the United Nations’ annual Climate Change conference dubbed COP 22, will be held in the North African country Morocco in November, to primarily bring into force the Paris Agreement arrived at during COP 21 in France last year.

Morocco gears up for COP 22



By Edmund Smith-Asante, Marrakech
Mr Abdeslam Bekrate addressing the African journalists at the COP 22 site in Marrakech.
 The Head of Logistics, Security and Safety at the Ministry of the Interior, Morocco, Mr Abdeslam Bekrate, has indicated Morocco’s readiness to host the 22nd United Nations Conference of Parties Climate Change Conference (COP 22) in November this year.

Ghanaian journalists tour Morocco prior to COP 22



By Edmund Smith-Asante, Rabat, Morocco
The African journalists with some key officials of COP 22 after some interactions.
Two Ghanaian journalists have participated in a tour of Morocco as part of about 26 environmental journalists from selected Africa countries ahead of the 22nd edition of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) annual conference dubbed COP 22 (the 22nd Conference of the Parties Climate Change Conference) to be hosted by Morocco.

Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Disaster looms if Achimota Forest Ecotourism Project goes ahead — NDPC boss

By Edmund Smith-Asante
Dr Nii Moi Thompson, D-G, NDPC

The National Development Planning Commission (NDPC) has warned that the development of the Achimota Forest into an ecotourism site, as has been proposed, will result in disastrous consequences for the country.

EPA making waves in the world of EIA

Yaw Amoyaw-Osei, IAIA President (2015-2016)
By Edmund Smith-Asante, ACCRA

Impact Assessment (IA) or Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) as it is commonly referred to in Ghana, is a process for the systematic analysis of the likely environmental, socio-economic, and cultural and health effects of a proposed development.


GJA 2010 Award Winners

GJA 2010 Award Winners
Dzifa, Emelia and Gertrude

GJA 2011 Award Winners

GJA 2011 Award Winners
GWJN's 2011 GJA Award-Winning Team

New WASH-JN Executives

New WASH-JN Executives
They are from left - Edmund, Ghana, Aminata: Guinea, Alain: Benin, Paule: Senegal and Ousman: Niger

Celebrating Award

Celebrating Award
The benefits of Award Winning!

Hard Work Pays!

Hard Work Pays!
In a pose with my plaque