Over 1k homes, 234 Schools in AMA provided toilets facilities under GAMA Project

The Greater Accra Metropolitan Area Sanitation and Water Project (GAMA-SWP) has succeeded at reaching averagely 1,100 homes, monthly, with toilet facilities in about 11 municipal areas. The project also targeting 200,000 pupils has constructed and rehabilitated toilet facilities for over 234 schools in 21 municipalities. The GAMA-SWP is a project…

UNDP Facilitates Multi-Stakeholder Waste Resource Platform

The United Nations Development Program is facilitating the establishment of the “Multi-Stakeholder Waste Resource Platform” as a one stop shop solution to connect key stakeholders and provide them with data and technological solutions in order to promote waste recovery in a larger circular economy context. This is expected to: –…

Netherlands Embassy in Ghana features 22 year old Ghanaian Plastic warrior

  Ahead of Voltic Ghana Ltd launch of “iRecycle “Project on November 23,2018 in Accra, the  Netherlands Embassy in Ghana on Tuesday November 20,2018 featured  22-year old Ghanaian plastic-warrior and Executive Assistant at Coliba Waste Management Company, Prince Mortey,who has waged war against plastic pollution in the Ghana. 1 Prince…

Today is International Day for Preventing the Exploitation of the Environment in War and Armed Conflict
Times of war can result in rapid environmental degradation as people struggle to survive and environmental management systems break down resulting in damage to critical ecosystems. For over six decades, armed conflicts have occurred in more than two-thirds of the world’s biodiversity hotspots thus posing critical threats to conservation... Read more
War isn’t just bad for people — it harms wild animals, too
By Karin Brulliard A baby mountain gorilla in the Sabyinyo Mountains of Rwanda. (Ivan Lieman/AFP/Getty Images) As if we needed another argument against war, here goes: It’s bad for wild animals. This is true even with low-level conflict, and it’s especially true if the conflict repeats or drags on, according... Read more
Spraying gangs have been sent out to farms in the Ashanti Region as part of measures to halt the spread of Fall Army Worms (FAW) in the country. This was after officials of the Ministry of Food and Agriculture in the region received four trucks of pesticides to be... Read more
War against ‘galamsey’ topmost priority of government – Amewu
  Mr John Peter Amewu, the Minister of Lands and Natural Resources, says war against illegal mining remains the topmost priority of the Government and that it would ensure that the practice becomes unattractive. “Not only will we end this trade but to make sure that it becomes unattractive... Read more
War on armyworms as ministry declares ‘agric state of emergency’
  Armyworms   Parliament has been asked to declare an ‘agricultural state of emergency’ as an armyworm invasion puts a GHC560m agricultural project at ‘serious’ risk. Describing the invasion as requiring urgent response, the Agriculture Minister Dr Owusu Afriyie Akoto wants to rope in parliament to wage a war... Read more
Chief declares war against illegal Rosewood  loggers
The Royal leadership of the Gonjaland in the Northern region of Ghana ,  Yagbobwura Tutumba Bore Essah I, has declared war against illegal timber merchants and commercial charcoal burners whose activities are depleting  large volumes of fresh resewoods and other trees .The action of the Traditional ruler follows failures of... Read more