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Dr. Daniel Nukpezah

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Position: 
Senior Research Fellow
 

Dan Nukpezah is an Environmental Scientist and Senior Research Fellow with the Institute for Environment and Sanitation Studies (IESS), University of Ghana. He holds a PhD in Environmental Science from the Brandenburg University of Technology, Cottbus, Germany. His areas of interest are in freshwater protection at the catchment scale; environmental governance, sustainability & industrial ecology. He supervises graduate students and also teaches several courses at the graduate level. In addition to his academic work, Dan has experience working as a consultant for Grid-Arendal, an agency of the Norwegian Ministry of Environment on wastewater treatment and sanitation provisioning in Africa; Institute for Water Education (IHE, Delft, Netherlands), Centre for African Wetlands (CAW, Ghana) and the Water Resources Commission (WRC) of Ghana. In 2018, he provided expert knowledge pro bono on Water Law and Policy to the World Bank Group’s Enabling the Business of Agriculture (EBA) 2019 report. He can be reached via email dnukpezah@staff.ug.edu.gh and phone +233246799996. Dan is a strong advocate for the circular economy in Ghana and a steering committee member of the circular economy club, Accra.

Educational History
  • PhD Environmental Science. Brandenburg Technical University, Cottbus Germany. 
  • MBA Blekinge Institute of Technology, Sweden
  • M.Sc Environmental & Resource Management, Brandenburg Technical University, Cottbus Germany
  • M.Phil Environmental Science, University of Ghana, Ghana
  • B.Sc (Hons) Zoology, University of Ghana, Ghana 

Research Interests

  • Pollution and Pollution Control in inland waters
  • Wetlands Ecology and Management 
  • Lake and Reservoir Limnology and Management
  • Large dams impact on Ecosystems functioning and community livelihoods
  • Environmental Governance and Policy Research
  • Industrial Ecology and Green initiatives of Ghanaian firms
  • Environmental Management Systems (EMS) adoption rate and Corporate Environmentalism in Ghana 
  • Environmental and Disaster Risk Assessment and Management
  • Climate Change impacts and adaptation research
  • Mining and sustainability of Water Resources 

Current Research Projects

  • Assessing the environmental and social impacts of climate smart stoves within the Volta lake catchment area
  • Keeping Your Cool: Modern Architectural Heritage and Climatic Comfort in Ghana.
  • Advancing REDD+ Implementation in Ghana and Cameroon.
  • Wastewater treatment and sanitation provisioning in Africa.
  • CLIENT II RAIN “Sustainable Technologies and Services for climate change adaptation in settlement areas threatened by floods and droughts in Ghana.
  • BWS Collaborative Project: Micro-businesses and micro-projects development in recycling, plastics and waste management.

Others

  • Stratification effects on sediment nutrient release and internal nutrient loading in the Kpong Headpond
  • Reoptimisation and Reoperation study of the Akosombo and Kpong dams

Supervision

PhD:

  1. Simeon Odametey (2017-2021): Evaluating the dynamics of water related ecosystem services in the Densu River Basin.
  2. Dogbeda M. Azumah (2017-2021): Assessing the visual pollution of outdoor advertisements in selected urban roads of Accra Metropolitan Area, Ghana.
  3. Maxwell Kogbe (2017-2021): Emerging quality issues in compost production
  4. Ferdinand Tornyie: (2016-2020): Biomass Energy use and Environmental Sustainability in the Volta Lake Region.
  5. Ekua Semuah Odoom (2016-2020): Assessing the Sustainability of Climate Smart Agriculture: The case of smallholder farmers in Semi-Arid Ghana.
  6. Hamid Monney   (2016-2020): Assessment of chemical migration from plastics in storage and packaged water in Ghana.
  7. Stephen Oduro (2015-2019): Assessing the ecological character of selected coastal wetlands in the Greater Accra Region of Ghana and its implication for the distribution and abundance of water birds’.
  8. Yaw Mante (2015-2019): Improving the livelihoods of rural communities using adaptable irrigation technology in flood prone areas of Northern Ghana.
  9. Ishmael Lente (2014-2017): Evaluation of Climate Change and variability Impacts on Water Resources and Livelihoods within the White Volta River Basin catchment of Ghana.
  10. Lloyd Larbi (2014-2017): Community stewardship and coastal ecosystem health of the Ada coastal Bay of Ghana.

MPhil: 

  1. Salwah Omar Gyabo (2018-2020): Towards Industrial Ecology: An assessment of firm-level environmental practices among plastic producing firms in north industrial area in Accra.
  2. Gifty Angmor (2018-2020): Life-cycle assessment ( LCA) of limestone production in the lower Manya Krobo District, Ghana.
  3. Stephen Y. Owusu (2018-2020): Assessing the interdependency of material and energy in small and medium agro industries in Ghana for sustainable development.
  4. Kelvin Fiati (2018-2020): Assessing flows of plastic waste and spatial patterns of recycling in Greater Accra metropolitan area.
  5. Pearl Awudor (2017-2019): Impact of improved cook stove adoption on deforestation, socio-economic and health status of selected communities in the Oti and Volta regions of Ghana.
  6. Sylvester Mawusi (2017-2019): Assessing the impact of climate smart stoves on deforestation, household air pollution and socioeconomic status of inhabitants in Asuogyaman district in the Eastern Region of Ghana.
  7. Lady Asantewa Boamah Adomako (2016-2019): Studies on the prevalence of antibiotic resistant bacteria in wastewater from the Legon treatment plant and the receiving stream.
  8. Carolyne Alberta Clottey (2016-2018): Assessment of physicochemical parameters and heavy metals contamination in Korle and Kpeshie lagoons.
  9. Emmanuel Adu-Ofori (2016-2019): Assessment of suitability of sludge and wastewater quality characteristics in waste stabilisation pond system for cropping in Accra, Ghana.
  10. John Leonard Doughle (2016-2018): Assessing the cost-efficiency and potential of biogas use as a sustainable source of renewable energy in institutions: The case of Senior High Schools in the Greater Accra Region.
  11. Martha Duku Agyemang (2015-2018): The impact of agrochemicals on the water quality of the Kakum river.
  12. Francis Ofosu (2015-2017): Assessment of impact of oil and gas exploration and production on ecosystem services and human livelihood: A case study of West Cape Three Point in the Western Region, Ghana.
  13. Masen K. Koranteng (2015-2017): Biostimulation of chemically treated petroleum hydrocarbon polluted soil.
  14. Daniel Deklu (2015-2017): Water resources vulnerability and adaptation strategies to climate variability in Peri-Urban areas: Case of Nsawam-Adoagyiri in the Eastern Region.
  15. Aaron Aryee (2014-2016): Determination of poly-aromatic hydrocarbons in soil contaminated with used motor oil.
  16. Abdul Rahman Fahad (2014-2016): Effects of small-scale mining on quality of irrigation water for vegetable production.
  17. Eric Marvin Gbeddie (2013-2016): Climate change and water availability from shallow household wells in Adentan Municipality of Ghana.
  18. Elvis Acheampong (2013-2015): Impacts of Gold Mine Tailings on Surface and Groundwater quality: A case study of Nzema Goldmines.
  19. Johnson M. Dolo (2013-2015): Assessment of Effluent quality at the University of Ghana Hospital, Legon.
  20. Louisa Kabobah (2013-2015): Vulnerability and adaptation strategies of farming communities within the Kasena Nankana Municipality of Ghana to Climate change/vulnerability.
  21. Joseph Tettey Quarshie (2013-2015): Assessment of Litter on the Banks of some selected lagoons along the eastern coast of Ghana.
  22. Henry A. Aboagye (2013-2015): Phytoremediation of sewage effluent with some selected aquatic plants from anaerobically digested biogas plant.
  23. Akua Akwaah Marfo: (2012-2015): Risk assessment of sewage pollution in the Tema Metropolis.
  24. Michael Dorleku (2012-2014): Groundwater contamination by small scale mining with toxic metals in the Lower Pra Basin.

M.Sc

  1. Ralf Botchie (2017-2018): Sustainability of Climate Change Adaptation and its Implications for Rural Development: Case study of Obuadaka, a farming community in the Eastern Region of Ghana.

B.Sc:

  1. Samuel Owusu-Tutu (2017):- Temperature and Dissolve oxygen variation in the Kpong reservoir: Implication for internal nutrient loading.
  2. Seth Asiamah Boakye (2017):- Assessing change in the ecological health status of the Songor wetlands.

Publications

Edited Books

  1. Nukpezah, D., Mensah, A., Ofori, B.D., Rapp, B., & Gomez, J. M.  (Eds.), Dialogue on Sustainability and Environmental Management: International Conference, February 15 - 16, 2017, University of Ghana, Legon, Accra, Ghana. Oldenburger Schrifted zur Wirtschaftsinformatik, Band 22, pp. 290-299. Oldenburg, Germany: Deutsche Nationalbibliothek. Shaker Publishing. Aachen, Germany. https://www.shaker.de/de/content/catalogue/index.asp?lang=de&ID=8&ISBN=978-3-8440-5461-3

Book Chapters (Peer-reviewed)

  1. Nukpezah, D., Ofori, B.D. and Adu-Manu, K.S (2019). Application of Industrial Ecology Principles to the Management of Industrial By-products in Ghana: A conceptual framing, In J. Marx Gomez et al. (Hrsg.), Smart Cities/Smart Regions-Technische, wirtschaftliche und gesellschaftliche Innovationen, Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden GmbH, ein Teil von Springer Nature. Pp. 563-572.
  2. Larbi, L., Nukpezah, D., Mensah, A., Appeaning Addo, K. and Mose, I. (2019). Stakeholder Perception and Satisfaction with Ecosystem Stewardship Education in Urban Coastal Communities,  In J. Marx Gomez et al. (Hrsg.), Smart Cities/Smart Regions-Technische, wirtschaftliche und gesellschaftliche Innovationen, Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden GmbH, ein Teil von Springer Nature. Pp. 573-587.
  3. Nukpezah, D., Sawyer, L.M., Twum-Barimah, R., and Ntiamoa-Baidu, Y. (2017). Re-optimisation and Re-operation Study of Akosombo and Kpong Dams: Voices from the Downstream Communities. In Dams, Development and Downstream Communities: Implications for Re-optimising the operations of the Akosombo and Kpong dams in Ghana. Ntiamoa-Baidu, Y., Ampomah, B., and Ofosu, E.A. (eds). Digibooks publishing, Accra, Ghana, pp.27-42.
  4. Nukpezah, D., Pabi, O., B., Ayivor, J., and Gordon, C. (2017). A review of environmental and livelihood flow benefits of dams reoperation and reoptimisation. In Dams, Development and Downstream Communities: Implications for Re-optimising the operations of the Akosombo and Kpong dams in Ghana. Ntiamoa-Baidu, Y., Ampomah, B., and Ofosu, E.A. (eds). Digibooks publishing, Accra, Ghana, pp. 137-155.
  5. Pabi, O., Nukpezah, D., and Gordon, C. (2017). Adaptive management design for the Akosombo and Kpong dams’ Re-optimisation and Re-operation: The Principles and Practice. In Dams, Development and Downstream Communities: Implications for Re-optimising the operations of the Akosombo and Kpong dams in Ghana. Ntiamoa-Baidu, Y., Ampomah, B., and Ofosu, E.A. (eds). Digibooks publishing, Accra, Ghana, pp. 341-368.
  6. Yirenya-Tawiah, D., Fosu- Mensah, B., Nukpezah, D., and Gordon, C. (2017). Public Health Impact of Dam Re-optimisation and Re-operation: the case of the Lower Volta Basin. In Dams, Development and Downstream Communities: Implications for Re-optimising the operations of the Akosombo and Kpong dams in Ghana. Ntiamoa-Baidu, Y., Ampomah, B., and Ofosu, E.A. (eds). Digibooks publishing, Accra, Ghana, pp. 369-394.
  7.  Yirenya-Tawiah, D. Boamah, D., Nukpezah, D., Gordon, C., Anyan, W.K., Ofosuhene, M., and Bosompem, K.K. (2017). Anti-Schistosoma Cercarial Penetration Properties and Safety of Tropical Herbal Formulation for Control of Schistosomiasis. In Dams, Development and Downstream Communities: Implications for Re-optimising the operations of the Akosombo and Kpong dams in Ghana. Ntiamoa-Baidu, Y., Ampomah, B., and Ofosu, E.A. (eds). Digibooks publishing, Accra, Ghana, pp.445-466.
  8. Gordon, C., Nukpezah, D., Tweneboah-Lawson, E., Ofori, BD., Yirenya-Tawiah, D., Pabi, O., Ayivor, J.S., Koranteng, S., Darko, D. and Mensah, A.M. (2013). West Africa- water resource vulnerability using a multi-dimensional approach: Case study of Volta basin In Climate Vulnerability: Understanding and addressing threats to essential resources. Volume 5-Vulnerability of water resources to climate. Roger A. Pielke and Faisal Houssain (Eds), Elsevier. Pp. 283-309.

Journals (Peer-reviewed)

  1. Nartey, N.N., Hogarh, J.N., Antwi-Agyei, P., Nukpezah, D., Abaidoo, R.C. and Obiri-Danso, K. (2019). Sedimentation and Sediment Core Profile of Heavy metals in the Owabi Reservoir in Ghana. Lakes & Reserv. 2019;24:173–180.
  2. Dorleku, M. K., Affum, A.O., Tay, C.K and Nukpezah, D. (2019). Assessment of nutrients levels in groundwater within the lower pra basin of Ghana. Ghana J. Sci. 60 (1), 2019, 24 – 36. https://dx.doi.org/10.4314/gjs.v60i1.3.
  3. Dorleku, M.K., Nukpezah, D. and Carboo, D. (2018). Effects of small‑scale gold mining on heavy metal levels in groundwater in the Lower Pra Basin of Ghana. Applied Water Science (2018) 8:126  https://doi.org/10.1007/s13201-018-0773-z.
  4. Koranteng, S.S., Darko, D.A., Nukpezah, D. and Ameka, G.K. (2018). Pesticides Bioconcentration Potential of Aquatic Plants in the Volta Lake. West African Journal of Applied Ecology, vol. 26(SI), 2018: 193 – 202.
  5. Kabobah, L., Nukpezah, D., and Ntiamoa-Baidu, Y. (2018). Adaptive Capacity of Farmers to Climate Change in the Kassena Nankana Municipality of Ghana: Implications for climate adaptation strategies. West African Journal of Applied Ecology, vol. 26(SI), 2018: 14 – 26.
  6. Ansah, E., Nukpezah, D. and Hogarh, J.N (2018). Levels and Distribution of Heavy Metals in Weija Reservoir, Accra, Ghana. West African Journal of Applied Ecology, Volume 26 (2), pp. 74-88.
  7. Larbi, L., Nukpezah, D., Mensah, A. and Appeaning-Addo, K. (2018). An Integrated Assessment of the Ecological Health Status of Coastal Aquatic Ecosystems of Ada in Ghana. West African Journal of Applied Ecology, Volume 26 (2), pp. 89-107.
  8. Nukpezah, D., Fahad, A.R., and Koranteng, S.S. (2017). The impact of small scale mining on irrigation water quality in Asante Akim Central Municipality of Ghana. West African Journal of Applied Ecology, Volume 25(2), pp. 49-67.
  9. Hogarh J.N., Adu-Gyamfi E., Nukpezah D., Osei Akoto and Adu-Kumi S. (2016). Concentration from mercury and other heavy metals in a mining district in Ghana: discerning recent trends from sediment core analysis. Environ Syst Res (2016) 5:15, DOI 10.1186/s40068-016-0067-0.
  10. Acheampong, E.A and Nukpezah, D. (2016). Assessing the Impact of an Operating Tailings Storage Facility on Catchment Surface and Groundwater Quality in the Ellembele district of the western region of Ghana. Environment and Pollution; Vol.5, No 2; 2016.
  11. Hogarh J.N., Sowunmi F.A., Oluwafemi A.P., Antwi-Agyei P., Nukpezah D., Atewamba C. (2015). Biosand filter as a household water treatment technology in Ghana and its eco-business potential: an assessment using a lifecycle approach. Journal of Environmental Accounting and management 3(4) (2015) 343-353.
  12.  Nukpezah, D., Alemagi, D., Duguma, L., Minang, P., Mbosso, C., and Tchoundjeu, Z.  (2014). An examination of forest certification status among logging companies in Cameroon. International Scholarly Research Notices, volume 2014 (2014), Article ID323014, 8 pages http://dx.doi.org10.1155/2014/323014
  13. Ofori B.D., Nukpezah, D., Ayivor, J.S., Lawson, E.T., and Gordon, C. (2014). Leadership, local knowledge and water management: Lessons from fringe communities of the Kogyae strict nature reserve, Ghana. Journal of Management and sustainable development Vol.3 No 2 pp 353-370.
  14. Alemagi, D. and Nukpezah, D. (2012). Assessing the performance of Large Scale Logging Companies in countries of the Congo Basin. Environment and Natural Resources Research, Vol 2, No.2:38-47.
  15. Ugochukwu, C. and Nukpezah, D. (2008), Ecotechnological methods as strategies to combat eutrophication and acidification in lakes. The Environmentalist (2008) 28: 137-142.

Conference Proceedings (Peer-reviewed)

  1. Aryee, A.A., Fosu-Mensah, B., and Nukpezah, D. (2017). An assessment of Heavy metals in contaminated surface soil at auto-mechanic workshops within the Accra metropolis, Ghana. In D. Nukpezah, A. Mensah, B. Ofori, B. Rapp, & J. M. Gomez (Eds.), Dialogue on Sustainability and Environmental Management: International Conference, February 15 - 16, 2017, University of Ghana, Legon, Accra, Ghana. Oldenburger Schrifted zur Wirtschaftsinformatik, Band 22, pp. 221-230. Oldenburg, Germany: Deutsche Nationalbibliothek. Shaker Publishing. Aachen, Germany. https://www.shaker.de/de/content/catalogue/index.asp?lang=de&ID=8&ISBN=978-3-8440-5461-3.
  2. Mante, Y., Mul, M., Salifu F., Nukpezah, D., Banoeng-Yakubo, B., and Magomeyi, M. (2017). Performance of Aquifer Recharge and Recovery Technology for Irrigation in Flood prone zones of Northern Ghana. In D. Nukpezah, A. Mensah, B. Ofori, B. Rapp, & J. M. Gomez (Eds.), Dialogue on Sustainability and Environmental Management: International Conference, February 15 - 16, 2017, University of Ghana, Legon, Accra, Ghana. Oldenburger Schrifted zur Wirtschaftsinformatik, Band 22, pp. 211-220. Oldenburg, Germany: Deutsche Nationalbibliothek. Shaker Publishing. Aachen, Germany.
  3. Larbi, L., Appeaning-Addo, K., Mensah, A., Nukpezah, D., and Mose, I. (2017). Developing a model for ecosystem stewardship education in coastal communities of Ghana. In D. Nukpezah, A. Mensah, B. Ofori, B. Rapp, & J. M. Gomez (Eds.), Dialogue on Sustainability and Environmental Management: International Conference, February 15 - 16, 2017, University of Ghana, Legon, Accra, Ghana. Oldenburger Schrifted zur Wirtschaftsinformatik, Band 22, pp. 9-16. Oldenburg, Germany: Deutsche Nationalbibliothek. Shaker Publishing. Aachen, Germany.
  4. Odoom, Ekua S., and Nukpezah, D. (2017). Green banking: enables and barriers to mainstreaming climate change considerations in the financial sector of Ghana. In D. Nukpezah, A. Mensah, B. Ofori, B. Rapp, & J. M. Gomez (Eds.), Dialogue on Sustainability and Environmental Management: International Conference, February 15 - 16, 2017, University of Ghana, Legon, Accra, Ghana. Oldenburger Schrifted zur Wirtschaftsinformatik, Band 22, pp. 153-167. Oldenburg, Germany: Deutsche Nationalbibliothek. Shaker Publishing. Aachen, Germany.
  5. Nukpezah, D., and Odoom Ekua S. (2017). A study on Corporate Environmental Management initiatives in Ghana. In D. Nukpezah, A. Mensah, B. Ofori, B. Rapp, & J. M. Gomez (Eds.), Dialogue on Sustainability and Environmental Management: International Conference, February 15 - 16, 2017, University of Ghana, Legon, Accra, Ghana. Oldenburger Schrifted zur Wirtschaftsinformatik, Band 22, pp. 168-180. Oldenburg, Germany: Deutsche Nationalbibliothek. Shaker Publishing. Aachen, Germany.
  6. Quarshie, J.T., Quarshie, M., A., Nukpezah, D. And Klubie, E. (2017). Plastic Pollution along the Eastern Coastal Lagoons of Ghana. In D. Nukpezah, A. Mensah, B. Ofori, B. Rapp, & J. M. Gomez (Eds.), Dialogue on Sustainability and Environmental Management: International Conference, February 15 - 16, 2017, University of Ghana, Legon, Accra, Ghana. Oldenburger Schrifted zur Wirtschaftsinformatik, Band 22, pp. 241-253. Oldenburg, Germany: Deutsche Nationalbibliothek. Shaker Publishing. Aachen, Germany.
  7. Bosompem, O.A., Pabi, O., and Nukpezah, D. (2017). Geospatial analysis of Land Use/Cover Change in the Lower Volta Basin of Ghana. In D. Nukpezah, A. Mensah, B. Ofori, B. Rapp, & J. M. Gomez (Eds.), Dialogue on Sustainability and Environmental Management: International Conference, February 15 - 16, 2017, University of Ghana, Legon, Accra, Ghana. Oldenburger Schrifted zur Wirtschaftsinformatik, Band 22, pp. 290-299. Oldenburg, Germany: Deutsche Nationalbibliothek. Shaker Publishing. Aachen, Germany.
  8. Nukpezah, D. Okine H.A and Ofori B.D (2014). Electronic waste risk assessment and management in Ghana. Proceeding of the 28th environmental informatics conference. Pp. 205-212, Sept. 10th to 12th 2014, University of Oldenburg, Germany.
  9. Nukpezah, D. and Ertel, J. (2008), Addressing constraints to environmental protection in Ghana: Strategies for Business, Government and communities. Proceedings of the 3rd International forum for Students. Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine. April 2008 128-140.

Other Academic Work/Exhibits

  1. Padgham, J., Lawson, E.T., Nukpezah, D. et al., (2015). Vulnerability and adaptation to climate change in the Semi-Arid Region of West Africa. CARIAA/ASSAR.
  2. Nukpezah D. and Nyumuyo, C. (2014), Sustaining customer loyalty in Ghana’s Banking Industry: What the customers want. Proceedings of the 2nd UGBS Conference on Business and Development: Sustainability and Development, 29-31 July, 2014, pp.88-100.
  3. Nukpezah, D. (2012). Mitigating the effects of pollution on aquatic ecosystems: spotlight on the Weija Reservoir in Ghana. IESS, Information note 014, University of Ghana.
  4. Nukpezah D. and Nyumuyo, C. (2010), What Drives Customer Loyalty and Profitability: Analysis of Perspective of Retail customers in Ghana’s Banking Industry. Lambert Academic Publishing, Saarbrucken Germany.

Technical Consultancy Reports

  1. Nukpezah, D. and Bosompem O.A (2018) Energy Consumption.” In Ghana State of the Environment Report 2016. Environmental Protection Agency, Ministry of Environment, Science, Technology and Innovation, Accra, 410 pages.
  2. Nukpezah, D. and Hogarh, J. (2015), Impact assessment study of proposed emission tax in Ghana. Report submitted to GIZ/Ministry of Finance, Accra, Ghana. 57pp.
  3. Hogarh, J. and Nukpezah, D. (2015), Impact assessment of Ghana’s Plastic Tax. Report submitted to GIZ/Ministry of Finance, Accra, Ghana. 56pp.
  4. Ayivor, J., Nukpezah, D., et al., (2015), Reoptimization and Reoperation of the Akosombo and Kpong Dams project: A report on Governance and Institutional Analysis. Institute for Environment and Sanitation Studies (IESS)/Water Resources Commission (WRC), Accra, Ghana. 57pp.
  5. Pabi O. and Nukpezah, D. (2015), Reoptimization and Reoperation of the Akosombo and Kpong Dams project: Report on Adaptive management strategy for the Volta Dam reoperation and restoration. Institute for Environment and Sanitation Studies (IESS)/Water Resources Commission (WRC), Accra, Ghana. 41pp.
  6. Nukpezah, D., Yirenya-Tawiah D. et al., (2015), Reoptimization and Reoperation of the Akosombo and Kpong Dams project: Public Health Impact Assessment Report. Institute for Environment and Sanitation Studies (IESS)/Water Resources Commission (WRC), Accra, Ghana. 13pp.
  7. Nukpezah, D., Twum-Barimah R. et al., (2013) Re-optimisation and Reoperation of the Akosombo and Kpong Dams project: Report on community consultations. Water Resource Commission (WRC)/Centre for Africa Wetlands (CAW), Accra, Ghana. 39pp.
  8. Nukpezah, D., et al., (2013), Reoptimization and Reoperation of the Akosombo and Kpong Dams project: Review of Environmental and Livelihood flows. Institute for Environment and Sanitation Studies (IESS)/Water Resources Commision (WRC), Accra, Ghana. 37pp.
  9. Report on the Relationship between Natural (Forest) Resources Endowment, Good governance, and Economic Growth. Submitted to the Rights and Resources Group (RRG), USA

Teaching (Last 5 years)

  • ESCI 701: Environmental Management
  • ESCI 702: Emerging Environmental Issues
  • ESCI 705: Sustainable Sanitation and Health
  • ESCI 609: Water Resource Management
  • ESCI 604: Environmental Law
  • ESSC 617: Information Systems and Corporate Environmental Management
  • ESSC 616: Sustainability and Industrial Ecology
  • ESSC 611: Water Governance for Sustainability
  • ESSS 607: Economic Aspects of Environmental Sanitation
  • ABCS 407: Limnology