Regional Performances of Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation in Sub-Saharan, July 2018

INTERNATIONAL CLIMATE CHANGE CONFERENCE

Regional Performances of Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation in Sub-Saharan

Since the impetus given to the quest for a reduction in global greenhouse gases emission towards the abatement of global climate change in  Paris, many countries,  and indeed regional blocks particularly in sub-Saharan Africa have commitments in ensuring that their intended nationally determined contributions towards keeping global temperature between 1.5°C  and 2°C at maximum. In view of this commitment, it is essential to assess the efforts and gains made so far, by a continent that is so affected by climate change at all dimensions of human endeavors. Much as the enthusiasm and commitments to 'succeed' have been demonstrated, it is essential to create platforms that would afford stakeholders from industry, government, academia and  regional institutions, the opportunity for brainstorming and evaluation of national and sub-regional strategies, resources, achievements and challenges, for streamlining and sustainability. In ascertaining this, a regional comparison, from regional economic development areas essential and imperative in learning and sharing experiences from each other.

The Department of Geography and Rural Development of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi Ghana, is proposing to organize the 1st Regional conference on the theme "Regional Performances of Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation in Sub-Saharan Africa (RePCCA)". This is scheduled for July 2018.

Call for abstracts of 200 words from 1st August, 2017 to 31st October, 2017, on the following, but unrestricted thematic areas are solicited:

We  need conference collaborators and financial support for the organization of the conference from our global institutions and friends.

For further information, submission of abstracts, collaboration and funding support please contact:

Divine Odame Appiah, PhD

Environmental Management Practice Unit

Department of Geography and Rural Development

Faculty of Social Sciences

Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi

Ghana, West Africa

dodameappiah@gmail.com / doappiah.cass@knust.edu.gh

+233267979012

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