The AMENET online event Training and dialogue session on “Climate change and governance: General trends and African countries”, took place on April 28-29, 2021.
This event was organised by the University of Ghana and AMENET. The attendants came from the Universities members of AMENET Network and other institutions from Africa and Europe.
- “The Impact of Climate Change on Road Infrastructure in Ghana”, Daniel K. TWEREFOU, Department of Economics, University of Ghana and AMENET Coordinator in Ghana.
- “Supporting farmer resilience in semi-arid areas in Ghana – through action research”, Adelina MEMSAH, Institute of Environment and Sanitation Studies, University of Ghana.
- “Reducing deforestation and emission from fuelwood use with Improved Cook Stoves in selected communities in Oti and Volta regions of Ghana”, Dan NUKPEZAH, Institute of Environment and Sanitation Studies, University of Ghana.
- “The Geopolitics of Climate Action in the COVID-era”, Lara LÁZARO, Senior Analyst, Elcano Royal Institute. Lecturer in Economic Theory, CES Cardenal Cisneros (attached to Universidad Complutense de Madrid).
- “Climate-Smart Agriculture as a Low Carbon Tool in Africa”, Samuel ANUGA, Research Fellow, Institute of Environmental Economics and World Trade, Hannover, Germany
- “What does the transition to climate resilient low carbon future mean to Africa: peeping into Ghana”, Daniel BENEFOH, Chief Programmer Officer, Environmental Protection Agency, Ghana.
- “ECOWAS, the EU and liberal democracy: Challenges and constraints”, Asteris HULIARAS, Professor of Political Science, Jean-Monnet Professor, University of Peloponnese.
- “African integration in Comparative Perspective – The Global Integration Landscape”, Jean-Marc TROUILLE, Jean-Monnet Professor of Political Science, University of Bradford.
- “African economic integration and the role of the European Union”, Ainhoa MARÍN, Professor of Economics, Elcano Royal Institute and University Complutense of Madrid.
- “Governance and the Challenge of Strong Institutions in Africa and Climate Change”, Abeeku ESSUMAN-JOHNSON, Department of Political Science, University of Ghana.
- “Institutions and good governance in Africa: a case of the legislature in Ghana”, Seidu M. ALIDU, Department of Political Science, University of Ghana.