|UG.IESS.IB.010 Ecosystem based Adaptation to Climate Change||
Ecosystem-based (Approaches for) Adaptation (EbA) is defined by the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) as “the use of biodiversity and ecosystem services to help people adapt to the adverse effects of climate change”.
|UG.IESS_.IB_.010 Ecosystem based Adaptation to Climate Change.pdf|
|UG.IESS.IB.008 Sanitation, Our Health nad Development||
Sanitation is about waste disposal and management sanitation facilities include toilets, sewers and wastewater treatment plants as well as more simple technologies such as latrines and septic tanks. Sanitation
|UG.IESS_.IB_.008 Sanitation, Our Health nad Development.pdf|
|UG.IESS.IB.007 Environmental impacts of marketing and trading activities - Cause for concern||
Market centres are important components of the economic landscape of Ghana, as they are in other parts of the world. They do not only serve as places for commodity exchange but also centres of information
|UG.IESS_.IB_.007 Environmental impacts of marketing and trading activities - Cause for concern.pdf|
|UG.IESS.IB.006 Threats to Ghana's Foreste Reserves - Perpectives on Atewa Range Forest Reserve||
Forest plays a significant role in the socio-economic development of most African countries.
|UG.IESS_.IB_.006 Threats to Ghana's Foreste Reserves - Perpectives on Atewa Range Forest Reserve.pdf|
|UG.IESS.IB.005 Fertilizer Use and Nitrate Contamination of Water Sources||
Modern agriculture is noted for the production of good quality food for consumers. It is well known that fertilizers have played major roles in bringing about increased food production. When nutrients are applied in
|UG.IESS_.IB_.005 Fertilizer Use and Nitrate Contamination of Water Sources.pdf|
|UG.IESS.IB.003 The E-Waste Menance in Ghana||
Electronic waste, commonly referred to as e-waste, is electronic equipment such as broken cell phones, old computers, refrigerators, TV sets, iPods, small appliances, and other obsolete gadgets that no longer serve a purpose and are thus discarded.
|UG.IESS_.IB_.003 The E-Waste Menance in Ghana.pdf|
|UG.IESS.IB.002 Developing Coastal Tourism Sustainably in Ghana - The Way Forward||
Tourism has been identified as one of the key sectors of the Ghanaian economy. In line with this a number of interventions have been laid out by the Government of Ghana to develop and promote the country’s ecological, cultural and historical heritage.
|UG.IESS_.IB_.002 Developing Coastal Tourism Sustainably in Ghana - The Way Forward.pdf|
|UG.IESS.IB.001 Noise Pollution and Our Health||
An important environmental hazard facing Ghana today is Noise Pollution. Noise has become a norm in urban residencies to the extent that, one can be said to be blessed to have a goodnight sleep at least once a week.
|UG.IESS_.IB_.001 Noise Pollution and Our Health.pdf|