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June 2021

Month

PRESENTER ONE;   DR. ISHMAEL  LENTE Increasing temperatures in the Nandom District of the Upper West Region have been identified as contributing to migration and loss of labour in the area. This was contained in the findings of a study conducted by Dr. Ishmael Lente, a Lecturer of the School of Natural and Environmental Sciences, (SNES),...
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A four (4) member joint team from the University of Environment and Sustainable Development, UESD and the Centre for Scientific and Industrial Research, CSIR, has been constituted to partner in issues of mutual benefit to both institutions, particularlyrelating to the School of Sustainable Development and the School of Natural and Environmental Sciences. The Team was...
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As part of activities marking World Environment Day on Saturday, 5th June, 2021, members of faculty of the School of Natural and Environmental Sciences (SNES), of the University of Environment and Sustainable Development, (UESD), embarked on a tree planting exercise on campus, to climax its week- long activities. The theme for this year’s celebration is,...
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A Lecturer in Public Health at the University of Ghana, Legon Prof. Philip Adongo, has challenged his fellow Lecturers to venture into partnerships with their colleagues, both internal and external, to undertake research. Prof. Philip Adongo of the University of a Ghana, Legon, making his presentation. He believes the blend of expertise from others could...
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The University of Environment and Sustainable Development (UESD), in partnership with the Yilo Krobo Municipal Assembly and the Forestry Commission, on Friday, planted over 200 trees under the Green Ghana project. The three partnership institutions are expected to further plant 950 trees to help conserve the environment in Yilo Krobo Municipal area.Professor Eric Nyarko-Sampson, Vice-Chancellor...
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A.   Purchase an e-voucher from any GCB Bank across the country. Ghanaian Applicants:            –      GH¢200.00 International Applicants       –       US$120.00 B.    Applying: 1. Log on to http://www.apps.uesd.edu.gh/admissions/ with the serial Number and PIN on the e-voucher 2. Follow steps on the online Admission system to complete your application. 3. Enclose in an envelope, a printed copy...
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Sustainable Development Conference: The 2021 Edition 22nd – 25th July 2021 Theme: Towards Environmental, Economic and Socio-Political Sustainability: Exploring Research and Policy Evidence Background The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) which is also described as Agenda 2030 contains 17 goals, 169 targets and over 200 indicators for the transformation of global economies. The SDGs have had...
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THE WORLD OBSERVES WORLD ENVIRONMENT DAY, WITH THE THEME: ECOSYSTEM RESTORATION. Globally, 5th June is a day slated for the observation of World Environment Day (WED), to promote awareness about protecting the environment and developing possible solutions and alternatives. The theme for this year’s World Environment Day is Ecosystem Restoration. Assisting in the recovery of...
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Prof. Edward D. Wiafe, Dean, School of Natural and Environmental Sciences (SNES),The University of Environment and Sustainable Development (UESD) has called for the development of the country’s human resource to ensure better management of the ecosystems. He said it was essential to teach others about the importance of the environment and how they can help...
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Today marks the World Environment day and it’s being celebrated under the theme Restoring Ecosystems. Ecosystem is simply a specific natural setting where a complex relationship between all the living and nonliving things such as plants, animals, organisms, sun, water, climate, interact with each other. All types of ecosystems fall into one of two categories: terrestrial such as forest,...
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