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OVERFISHING LEADS TO RESOURCE DEPLETION. STOP IT.

By G.D. Zaney, Esq.

 

The oceans are suffering from the depletion of important fish species―big and small ―due to overfishing and loss of key habitats like coral reefs.  Ocean overfishing is, therefore, the removal of wildlife from the sea at rates too high for fished species to replace themselves.

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What does the Fisheries Act, 2002 (Act 625) say?

By G.D. Zaney, Esq.

 

Recognizing that the Fisheries sub-sector of the economy of Ghana has not effectively played its role in national development efforts and, more particularly, in view of the threat of collapse of the sub-sector, due to dwindling fish stocks, the Government of Ghana enacted the Fisheries Law (Act 625) in 2002 and promulgated the Fisheries Regulations (Legislative Instrument 1968) in 2010 to give effect to the Law―in an effort to address the challenges and reverse the situation.

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Using the Fisheries Act to arrest the decline in marine fish production―education on the Law is key

By G.D. Zaney, Esq.

 

Fisheries are important for nutrition and food security, livelihoods support, foreign exchange earnings, employment, income generation and poverty reduction.

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How Sights and Sounds Can Be Improved for National Development

By Joyce Yen

 

Entertainment plays a vital role in the lives of people across the world. Everyone needs happiness and there are so many ways to finding happiness. Happiness cures what medicine cannot cure.  Sights and sounds as the name implies, are things we see and hear. The things we see and hear can have a great influence on our lives. It can either make or unmake you. People are very particular about the things they hear or see. They travel far and near to see or hear things worth seeing or hearing.

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Using Social Media to Promote Government Development Agenda……..The Role of Government PROs

By Linda Owusu

 

Democracy is upheld when citizens are well informed about matters of the state. However, how individuals communicate information has changed drastically since social media was born. It is remarkable how people consume and interact on social media platforms.

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ADAPTATION PLANNING FOR THE ESCALATING CATASTROPHE OF CLIMATE CHANGE―GHANA’S FRAMEWORK

By G.D. Zaney, Esq.

 

The earth's climate has changed throughout history― the change attributable to very small variations in the earth’s orbit that alter or vary the amount of solar energy received by planet earth.

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Eliminating the Tuberculosis scourge in Ghana―What remains to be done

By G.D. Zaney, Esq.

 

Tuberculosis (TB) is an infectious disease caused by a small germ (micro-organism) known as Mycobacterium Tuberculosis.

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Investing In Domestic Tourism: The Role of the Stakeholder

By Christabel Adjei-Danso

 

Ghana is blessed with lots of tourists’ attractions which include kakum national park, Wli waterfalls, Afadzato, Nzulezo Stilt Village, Lake Bosomtwi, Bobiri Butterfly Sanctuary, Cape Coast Castle, Kwame Nkrumah Mausoleum, Paga Crocodile pond, Mole National Park, Elmina Castle, Aburi Botanical Gardens, Lake Volta and a host of others.

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