World Climate Event – Cape Coast

img-20160911-wa0002Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be a UN climate negotiator? Join us to experience the science and policy dynamics in an interactive World Climate simulation that will put you into the role of a UN climate negotiator. People around the world are using this simulation developed by Climate Interactive and MIT to engage audiences on climate change. Ahead of COP22 climate talks in Marrakech – Morocco, Green Africa Youth (GAYO) with support from Climate Interactive and the University of Mohammed VI Polytechnic in Morocco, are offering trainings and events to expand the use of these systems thinking tools in order to expand the engagement and awareness of African leaders in climate change negotiations.

Join us to:
1. Learn more about the science, policy, and dynamics of climate change.
2. Negotiate a global climate agreement during the World Climate simulation.
3. Get training on how you can share insights about climate change with others.


The World Climate Simulation event gives people a taste of what it is like to be a negotiator at the UN climate change negotiations. World Climate was developed by Climate Interactive, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Sloan School of Management, and the University of Massachusetts Lowell (UML) Climate Change Initiative. During the simulation, World Climate participants become negotiators for different regions of the world and work to negotiate a global climate agreement.
The event will allow you to learn how to use some of Climate Interactive ‘s science-based computer models. The events will be conducted entirely in English.

Note: We shall not cater for your accommodation/transport to these events, but shall provide refreshment during the event.

Rate: Free
Date: Friday 16th September, 2016.
Time: 1pm – 3pm.
Location: University of Cape Coast, Ghana.

Kindly follow the link below to register;


4th Environmental Sanitation Workshop.

SAMROSE COMPLEX ACADEMY was our next stop to educate the pupils on the importance of environmental sanitation as part of our environmental sanitation series to reduce the risk of flooding and sanitation related diseases.

As mentioned in all the previous reports, we highlighted on basic sanitation practices and things that our young generation can do to keep their environment clean. Daystar Babanao, project member, did an incredible job educating the children on environmental health and sanitation.

Daystar first explained the meaning of environment and sanitation to the pupils. She then went on to talk about the reason behind the workshop (ie, environmental sanitation), stating that unhygienic conditions cause diseases, diseases such as diarrhea, cholera, typhoid, malaria and worm infections, which are mostly acquired by children. She explained further that these diseases can be prevented when our environment is kept clean.

Emmanuel Marfo also touched on littering, stating that littering causes gutters to be choked leading to floods, and that one should always dispose of waste properly. He also said that one should keep waste such as rubbers and plastics till one sees a waste bin and that littered environments destroy other organisms that are useful and important to us.

Daystar Babanao leading the education at SAMROSE COMPLEX.