The Climate Insight

Clean cookstoves are saving lives but industry says a lack of government support is stopping uptake

AMANASE, Eastern Region – On a busy morning Suzzy Klemefe, drops pieces of cut yam in hot cooking oil watching as they sizzle and sputter. Two customers are waiting on the fried yams and fish for which she has...

Ghana Finalizes Climate Change Agreements with Singapore and Sweden

Ghana today signed bilateral agreements with Singapore and Sweden on the cooperative approaches of the Paris Agreement -a legally binding international treaty on climate change to life.  The bilateral...

Global Carbon Pricing Revenues Top a Record $100 Billion

Emissions trading schemes generate majority of this revenue, over half of which funds climate and nature programs. In 2023, carbon pricing revenues reached a record $104 billion, according to the World Bank’s...

Destruction of Protected Forests – CSOs threaten legal action against government

A group of civil society organizations have threatened to sue the government of Ghana over what they describe as deliberate failure to protect forest reserves in the country. The CSOs – Arocha Ghana...

Ghana risks 2 million deaths from extreme weather conditions – World Bank report

The country risks the death of two million people in the next thirty years from extreme weather conditions like floods and drought if measures are not instituted to combat climate change, a new World Bank...

Akufo-Addo commissions 15MWP Kaleo Solar Power Plant

President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, on Wednesday, 24th April 2024, in a momentous ceremony held in Kaleo, officially inaugurated phase two of the Kaleo Solar Power Plant, marking another significant stride...

Climate change made the dangerous humid heatwave in West Africa 10 times more likely

Human-caused climate change made the humid heatwave in southern West Africa during February ten times more likely, according to rapid analysis by an international team of leading climate scientists from the...

Experts warn of climate impact on Ghana’s crop production 

Climate experts from the Regional Climate Outlook Forum have issued a grave warning about the potential repercussions of changing weather patterns on crop production in Ghana, raising concerns about food...

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