Adrian Shaw climate change officer at the Church of Scotland in conversation with Charles Agboklu, of the Evangelical Presbyterian Church of Ghana and Jacqueline Spence from the United Church in Jamaica and the Cayman Islands, who is Head of the Climate Branch of the Jamaican Meteorological Service. <iframe src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/cuPFioEJEnM
Climate Interactive and Abibiman Foundation, have organized a World Climate Simulation and Training Event at the United Nations Information Centre in Accra on July 11 to 12, 2016.
Young people from civil society and Ghana’s universities participated in the event. There were climate and environment activists
The Eco Club at Nuriya Islamic Junior High School, one of RELBONET’s Eco Clubs in the Volta Region of Ghana undertook a clean-up exercise within the school and community, April 12, 2016. The clean-up exercise as an environmental activity has Climate Change implications for public health and safety.
The Management Committee of the Religious Bodies Network on Climate Change, RELBONET, has visited the National Catholic Secretariat in Accra as part of routine activities to sustain existing relationships among the RELBONET team-members.
The delegation was welcomed by the Director of the Secretariat’s Department
Reverend Ministers of the Ga Presbytery of Presbyterian Church of Ghana (PCG) have attended a day’s workshop on the role of churches in climate change action.
The workshop which was organised by the Ga Presbytery came off 18th February 2016 at the Presbytery’s Head Office in Osu, Accra. Training was led by
As the eyes of the world turn on Paris for the much anticipated Climate conference (COP 21), US President Barrack Obama has agreed with proponents of a pro-poor deal that ensures more support for developing economies to adapt to climate change impacts.
The US President’s message seemed to resonate with what some stakeholders