Using tech to make a greener Ghana.

So the campaign is on. Advocating for a greener Ghana.  Akyaa and her team come to Ashesi this morning running the ‘Creating Green Citizens: Our responsibility” Campaign.

The National Eco Clubs Tour.

Ashesi students discussing the problems with Ghana’s environment and what they they would like to change about it.


#What is Climate change? What does it mean to Ghana today?

If you one day happen to walk on the streets of Ghana, you will perhaps notice the disheartening yet recurring manners of the citizenry. No offense. But it is hardly likely that you will walk and not meet at least one adult male peeing by the road. Last week I met a woman who stood with her legs apart, doing this act to perfection. (I am still recovering). The gutters are exhausted. The trenches, not to mention those in National Institutions as well, are full of rubbish and decay…

Passionate or dispassionate? Let’s try to make a change.

You may want to check these out if you’re interested.(Food for thought)

#SeaLevel Rights






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