Npong Balikawu Francis's Blog – September 2011 Archive (4)

Whipping sentiments out of nothing

spying%20for%20life.png The use of intemperate language by politicians has widely been condemned by many Ghanaians. While some blamed the development on the broken down of Ghanaian social fiber, others see the use of intemperate language as political immaturity and rewarding.

Whatever the case, Rural…

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Added by Npong Balikawu Francis on September 16, 2011 at 18:00 — No Comments

SADA Launches Millennium Village Project in North

SADA- Millennium Village project (SADA-MVP), an initiative of the Savannah Accelerated Development Authority (SADA) is set to kick starts soon…

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Added by Npong Balikawu Francis on September 16, 2011 at 18:00 — No Comments

Climate Change Resilience: Government Introduces Low Carbon Economy

 Francis Npong, Wa, Upper West

 

The government of Ghana is poised to introduce low carbon growth in its economic development as part of measures to drastically decrease the global greenhouse rising emissions to check climate change and global warming.…

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Added by Npong Balikawu Francis on September 16, 2011 at 18:00 — No Comments

The Mass Extinction of Animal species

Incredibly sad that many of the species of the living creatures who contribute nothing to the cause of climate change is paying for it. As i stroll from the street from Pet Vero Hotel to Upland Hotel in Wa, Upper West Region of Ghana to participate in a climate change workshop, a beautiful special species of a wild bird fell off from the sky and landed in front me by the road side.

I felt so sad as i stood helpless watching this bird died off. Is that a sign of climate change or…

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Added by Npong Balikawu Francis on September 7, 2011 at 20:20 — No Comments

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