Zeal Environmental Technologies, Ghana

Hotspot of multiple stressors (HOTSPOT2)

Research project The Gulf of Guinea suffers from activities including intense shipping, offshore oil exploration, discharge from mining and industry, infrastructure projects such as port expansions, and sewage from coastal communities. These create a hotspot of envir ... First year report The overall objective of HOTSPOT2 is to generate the environmental and socio-economic knowledge and expertise that can form the basis for the sustainable development of coastal communities, and use this knowledge to develop manag ...
Read more

Research-based management of Gulf of Guinea

Research project Coastal marine ecosystems worldwide are threatened by multiple human-induced stressors, ranging from global stressors to local pollution, habitat loss and over-exploitation of resources, and resulting in fast degradation of coastal ecosystems and the ...
Period: 2018-01-1 to 2020-12-31 Countries: Ghana Lead institution: Technical University of Denmark (DTU), Denmark Partner institutions: Orbicon A/S, Denmark LITEHAUZ, Denmark University of Cape Coast (UCC), Ghana Zeal Environmental Technologies, Ghana Project code: 17-M03-DTU Total grant: 4,999,906 DKK
Read more