PhD Researcher, Centre for Climate Justice, Glasgow Caledonian University

Climate action and climate finance delivery in Ghana: The key drivers of climate action/inaction in Ghana through a climate justice lens

This research seeks to support the argument in favour of normative dimensions of climate change policy. Also, considering that, socio-economic inequalities, and gender inequalities are prevalent in Ghana, it is dangerous to develop climate policies without considering how human beings in harshly varying adaptive capacities or structural positions are affected by the impacts of climate change. To this extent, the study seeks to document and understand what drives adequate climate action and inaction in Ghana from a climate justice perspective. Climate finance governance and its implications for achieving climate justice in Ghana will also be critically examined in this study.

Experience

  • –present
    PhD Researcher, Centre for Climate Justice, Glasgow Caledonian University