GGI To Use Tech to Make a Greener Ghana Through The Eco Tour

The Green Ghanaian Initiative (GGI) will embark on a four-month nationwide tour effective October 22, to educate young Ghanaians on climate change and environmental issues affecting the country.


Climate change is a very complicated global phenomenon which manifests itself in various ways depending on the ecological zone. Ghana, in particular, is very vulnerable to the impacts of climate change.There continues to be staggering evidence of climate change in Ghana;from the perennial floods, to rising temperatures, to wild bush fires, to the ocean wiping out whole towns in the coastal areas to erratic weather patterns.   


Ghana has serious and chronic environmental problems. The country is one of the dirtiest in Africa with one of the lowest populations with access to improved sanitation. As a result, Ghana experiences annual floods, annual epidemic cholera outbreaks, and polluted beaches.


The tour will also include an intensive training programme on social media tools for civic engagement as well as an introduction to GGI’s online environmental resource centre.


The tour will begin at the University of Development Studies in Wa on 22nd October, 2016.


Read complete tour dates and regions below. Stay tuned via our hashtag #GGIEcoTour on social media.





Upper West Region – Wa

University of Development Studies (UDS) – Wa Campus

22nd October 2016

Northern Region – Tamale

University of Development Studies (UDS) – Nyankpala Campus

29th October 2016

Brong Ahafo – Sunyani

University of Energy and Natural Resources (UENR) – Sunyani

5th November 2016

Ashanti Region – Kumasi


Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST)

12th November 2016

Western Region – Tarkwa


University of Mines and Technology (UMAT)

19th November 2016

Central Region – Cape Coast

University of Cape Coast (UCC)

26th November 2016

Volta Region – Hohoe

University Of Health And Allied Sciences (UHAS)

3rd  December 2016

Eastern Region – Berekuso


Ashesi University

14th January 2017

Greater Accra – Accra


Ghana Institute Journalism

21st January 2017


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