News and insights on the green economy in Ghana
Welcome to our 1st briefing…
This newsletter aims to provide business leaders, investors and policy makers with insights on the growth of green economy in Ghana, the impacts of climate change, and the role that climate finance can play in the net-zero transition.
The main news for our first briefing of 2022 is a research report titled “Ghana: Roadmap for Resilient Infrastructure in a Changing Climate” which was led by the Ministry of Science, Environment, Technology and Innovation, in partnership with the Global Center on Adaptation. According to the research, climate risks could cost Ghana’s transport sector US$3.9bn by 2050.
- April 6, 2022 Government to pilot electric buses in selected citiesThe Ministry of Transport has announced plans to use electric buses in Ghana on a...
- April 2, 2022 EU expresses commitment to nurture young entrepreneursThe European Union (EU) Commissioner for International Partnerships, Jutta Urpilainen, has expressed the EU’s commitment...
- March 31, 2022 Ghana grabs €44.7 million grant to build irrigation infrastructure in northern GhanaGhana has received €44.7 million grant as part of the Agriculture ..
- March 29, 2022 MESTI seeks partnerships to deal with plastic wasteThe Ministry of Environment, Science, Technology and Innovation (MESTI) is seeking stronger partnerships with the...
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