The European Union Delegation to Ghana will launch on Wednesday, 25th September, at 09.30, the 2019 Climate Diplomacy Week at a Press conference at the Ministry of Health School, on the theme “Greening Ghana”.
The Climate Diplomacy Weeks are organized all over the world by EU Delegations to create awareness on the impact of climate change in the world. They are also meant to strengthen the global response to the threat of climate change in the context of sustainable development.
Last year, the week was dedicated to reducing, reusing and recycling waste. This year, the theme is reforestation, with the slogan #RegreeningGhana.
The EU Ambassador, Diana Acconcia, representatives from the EU Delegation and EU Members States, as well as representatives from AMA, Victoria Michaels, the students and teacher from MOH School, will participate at the launch. During the launch, guests can see in loco the facilitation of the workshops that will be organised in the school:
•The awareness workshop on regreening and tree planting with the participation of 40 students, facilitated by ComCashew, IWMI and WeCare;
•One workshop station on “Designing for our Future”, using electronic waste, for 20 students, facilitated by Mathilda Payne and Eric Opoku Boakye-Ansah.