WASCAL in the Media

Nigeria: FG to review all environmental laws

2016 - WorldStageNews - 21-01-16

The Federal Government of Nigeria has announced plans to review all environmental laws, Acts that have to do with the nation’s environment.

WASCAL forum to kick-start sub-continental climate research agenda

2016 - environewsnigeria.com - 18-01-16

The West Africa Science Service Centre on Climate Change and Adapted Land Use (WASCAL) is in the process of preparing a Research Agenda on Climate Change for the West African region for the period spanning 2016 to 2020.

KNUST WASCAL Holds Consultative Workshop on Climate Change

2016 - KNUST - 18-01-16

The West African Science Service Centre on Climate Change and Adapted Land Use (WASCAL), a research centre of excellence at the College of Engineering of Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) has held a day’s workshop on consultation on climate change

KUNST – WASCAL PhD Scholarships in Climate Change & Land Use 2016

2016 - myedugist.com - 11-01-16

We are glad to inform the general public that WASCAL, KUNST Scholarships Programme PhD in Climate Change & Land Use application is in progress.

Effects of climate change devastating - Prof. Otoo-Ellis

2016 - graphic.com.gh - 16-01-2016

The Vice-Chancellor of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), Prof. William Otoo-Ellis, has reminded countries in Africa about the devastating impact of climate change on the socio-economic lives of their people.

Changement climatique, WASCAL (MALI) au cœur de la lutte

2016 - ampmali.net - 08-01-16

Atelier de lancement des consultations des parties prenantes du WASCAL au Mali pour le programme triennal de recherche 2017-2020 pour faire face au changement climatique.

Liberia Vulnerable to Climate Change’-says Dr. Slawon

2016 - frontpageafricaonline.com - 08-01-16

Monrovia-Climate change remains an environmental cancer which has been covertly eating up the green of every nation including Liberia and the World at large. It poses a visible threat to the existence of the planet as well as humanity as a whole.

Klimawandel in Afrika: Wissenschaftliche Unterstützung aus Garmisch

2016 - br 2 - 30-12-15

Die Alpen und die westafrikanische Savanne haben auf den ersten Blick nicht viel gemeinsam. Doch was sie teilen, ist eine unsichere Zukunft. Beide gehören zu den mit am meisten vom Klimawandel betroffenen Regionen. Schon jetzt spüren das die Bauern in Westafrika. Das ist besonders fatal,denn die Region gilt als ein Brotkorb Afrikas. Deswegen braucht es dort zuverlässige Klimamodelle für die Zukunft. Daran arbeiten gerade Wissenschaftler am Institut für Meteorologie und Klimaforschung in Garmisch-Partenkirchen - zusammen mit Kollegen aus Afrika.