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THE SAHARA COULD BECOME GREEN AGAIN

This is what scientists from China, Italy and the USA agree on. In the magazine Science they revealed that solar plants and windmills built up in the Sahara would not only generate green energy for the whole world. In addition to that they could also cause an increasing amount of

Sisbros reacts to “cheating” waste bins

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The management of Sisbros waste management company has reacted to allegations made by some folks within the Kasoa municipal. Allegations of exorbitant charges of smaller waste bins as against the memorandum of understanding(MOU) were raised by some residents in Kasoa particularly the Walantu area. It may be recalled that the Municipal Environmental

CLEAN STREETS BY A NEW WASTE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM WITH SEGREGATION STYSTEMS

'Waste Segregation

4.7 million tons of garbage are generated daily by citizens all over the world. The question is: what happens with all of this waste? Is it separated properly? What is waste segregation? Waste segregation is the process of dividing garbage and waste products in an effort to reduce, reuse and recycle materials.

MINISTER FOR FISHERIES SPEAKS ON THE FISH BAN

The Minister for Fisheries and Aquaculture Development Honourable Elizabeth Afoley Quaye has disclosed her consent on the fish ban by the government. She made this assertion in an interview with Pink FM’s morning show host Kofi Asamoah Aning. The government of Ghana has imposed a one month ban on all fishing activities

DEMOLITION EXERCISE TO TAKE PLACE IN TEMA-NII LARYEA BOTWEO

Nii Laryea Botwe, a Sub-Chief of Tema has stated that the assembly wants to do a demolition exercise at Tema. He said that, the Ramsia site doesn’t belong to Ghana even though it’s on our land. He says the land is covered by International Convention in Iran but people have taken

COCOBOD CEO PROPOSES PRICE INCREMENT FOR COCOA FAMERS

The Chief Executive Officer of COCOBOD, Joseph Boahen Aidoo is proposing price increment as a way to sustain cocoa production without causing deforestation  for smallholder cocoa farmers. Mr. Boahen Aidoo has cast doubt over a National Implementation Plan launched by the Ministry of Lands and Natural Resources to reduce deforestation and

BAN ON FISHING ACTIVITIES TO TAKE EFFECT ON AUGUST 1ST, 2018.

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The government has placed a one month ban on all fishing activities along the country’s coast effective in August 2018. This directive from the Ministry of Fisheries and Aquaculture Development (MOFAD) will affect all industrial travelers in the country. The objective of the implementation of the ban are in keeping with Ghana’s

POKUASE INTERCHANGE SET TO BEGIN TODAY.

The sod was cut Tuesday for work to begin on an interchange at Pokuase to ease congestion on a portion of the Accra-Nsawam road. The project, which is expected to cost $84 million, is being jointly funded by the African Development Bank (AfDB) and the Ghana government. It will be completed

 DRASTIC REDUCTION IN LAND DISPUTES – ACP DAVID ADJEM

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The Divisional Police Commander in the Awutu Senya East Municipality, ACP David Agyemang Adjem has hinted on the drastic reduction in land disputes. ACP David Adjem said this on Saturday, June 23 2018 during the West African Security Association (WASA) held at the the Kasoa divisional police station. According to him, the

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