The list is endless when it comes to causes of climate change. Fossil fuels, deforestation, desertification, environmental pollution, illegal logging, illegal mining, CO2 emissions, habitat destruction, poaching, pollution of water bodies, overfishing, oil spills, greenhouse gases, are some of the causes.
This week the Daily Graphic has devoted extensive coverage to the concern raised by the Ghana Printers and Paper Converters Association (GPPCA) that attempts are being made by some publishers, in connivance with some local printers, to source the printing of government textbooks to printers outside the country.
All living organisms in the environment are interconnected and dependent on one another, with the elimination of any one of them impacting negatively on the entire system, referred to as the ecosystem.
Tomorrow is Good Friday, the day that begins the commemoration of the Easter Season, the period marking the great sacrifice our Lord Jesus Christ, who was without sin, had to make for the salvation of mankind.
The country’s aspiration is to become a destination of choice when it comes to tourism, hence the launch in the UK on April 3 of ‘Destination Ghana’, the government’s flagship tourism project, as a follow-up to an earlier project: ‘Beyond the Return’.
The Ghana Police Service and the German Development Cooperation (GIZ) are piloting a remodelled community-based policing strategy, with the objective of finding solutions to security issues in the country.
This week, Ghana hosted ministers of fisheries and aquaculture, and some senior officials of the Organisation of African, Caribbean and Caribbean States to deliberate on how to improve sustainable fisheries governance in these geographical regions.
In its quest to accelerate the country’s industrialisation agenda, the government, in 2019, launched the Ghana Automotive Development Policy which set out the framework for the building of a strong automobile assembly industry.
Since the return to democratic rule in 1993, the country has witnessed stability and progression in its choice of governance. Indeed, Ghana is now an icon of democratic governance, not only in Africa but also globally, where it continues to be the reference point when it comes to peace and stability.
The African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) agreement is seen by many as an excellent strategy to develop Africa’s economy through its manufacturing sector, after many years of discussions about creating a common market.
The Office of the Special Prosecutor (OSP) last week announced the establishment of a Ghana Corruption League Table (GCLT), which will involve the compilation of the list of the most to least corrupt state institutions in the public sector.
Today is World Autism Awareness Day. Autism is a serious developmental disorder that impairs one’s ability to communicate and interact. Known as Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), it impacts the nervous system.
The need for a functional address system in the country is increasingly becoming critical for the management of rapidly growing urban areas, where most cities lack a comprehensive and standardised addressing system.
The qualification of the national soccer team, the Black Stars, to the 2022 FIFA World Cup last Tuesday was a remarkable feat that put Ghana football back on the path of renaissance after a decline in recent years.
The COVID-19 pandemic struck the world in 2019, bringing in its wake one of the biggest disruptions to lives and businesses since World War II. But, as lockdowns became the new normal, businesses and consumers increasingly found new and innovative means to reach out to their customers.