Small Scale Miners to be vetted

The Inter-Ministerial Committee on Mining is set to vet all registered and trained small scale miners across the country in a bid to regularize their operations before it makes recommendations to President Nana Akufo-Addo to lift the ban on mining. This comes barely after the Committee Chaired by Prof. Kwabena…

Manage plastic waste effectively no need for ban-Cellular Toxicologist

Molecular and Cellular Toxicologist, Professor Augustine Arukwe, has advocated the effective management of plastics rather than banning them outrightly.Some environmentalists believe Ghana must go the Rwandan way by banning all plastics if the government is serious about making Accra the cleanest in Africa, but the Norway-based professor disagrees.Speaking to Class…

Government ousting customary water rights for WRC Act 1996 is why most Ghanaians drink bad water

I am getting it hard to understand why same government who robbed chiefs and traditional authorities of the ancestral or customary rights on water resources for the Water Resources Commission in 1996 has failed to manage, regulate and provide potable water for citizenry. It is sad to note from the…

Six(6) day – 95km protest march to flagstaff house over bauxite mining in Atewa Forest enters day 3.
The six(6) Day  -95km Protest march to the flagstaff House seat of Government of Ghana has entered day three(3) as  hundreds of residents of  fringe communities of the Atewa Forest Reserve relentlessly soldier on petitioning stakeholders against government’s plan to mine bauxite deposit in the Atewa Forest. The protest march... Read more
Hundreds protest against bauxite mining in Atewa Forest, Petition Okyenhene
Hundreds of residents of  fringe communities of the Atewa Forest Reserve  on Saturday commenced a six-day walk from Kyebi to Accra  (95km) to protest  government’s decision to mine bauxite in the Atewa Forest Reserve in the Eastern Region. The Route of Walk as scheduled are ; Sagyimase to Kyebi... Read more
March for Science: Thousands march around the world to protest Donald Trump’s ‘rejection of science’
The largest protest was in the Washington DC Reuters Countless thousands of scientists and their supporters have marched around the world to protest what they say is Donald Trump’s rejection of science. From Melbourne to Mexico, people poured onto the streets with colourful banners – some of them funny,... Read more
Today is National Red Friday in protest against illegal mining
    Today ,Friday April 21,2017 is National Red Friday ,a day set aside for Ghanaians  particularly persons concern over the  destruction of the environment by illegal miners in the Country to wear  red dresses or red hand band or headgear in protest against galamsey menace . The day... Read more
Ghana: Communities protest against Indian Salt company over negative environmental impact of operation
Residents of some communities in the Ketu South municipality of the Volta region of Ghana have staged  demonstration  in protest against  activities of  Kessington Salt Factory,  Indian Salt company operating in the area. The Protesters clad in red dress and headgears chanted war songs traditionally signifying the daring nature... Read more