The United Nations University Institute for Natural Resources in Africa (UNU-INRA), in collaboration with Ashesi University College (Ghana), SNV, and Ernst &Young, is organizing a consultative workshop for stakeholders in policy development and practice to discuss policy challenges in the area of clean technology innovations, as well as governance mechanisms that can help improve the clean technology sector in Ghana.
The workshop is on the theme “ Creating Enabling Environment for Scaling up Climate and Clean Technologies in Ghana’
Date: 1st August, 2017
Time: 9 am
It is expected that the outcome of the consultative workshop will help inform policies for scaling up climate and clean technologies in Ghana.
The Ghana Climate Innovation Center (GCIC) project seeks to provide financing, mentoring, training and business advisory services to support emerging entrepreneurs and new ventures involved in developing locally appropriate solutions to climate change mitigation and adaptation in Ghana. The project is being supported by the World Bank, Danish International Development Agency (DANIDA) and the Netherlands Government. It is being implemented by Ashesi University, SNV, Enst &Young and UNU-INRA. UNU-INRA is leading the policy component of the project, which aims to help address the policy and regulatory challenges of the clean technology sector in Ghana.
Dorothe Yong Nje (PhD) (UNU-INRA)