Friday, September 24, 2010

Environment Channel Airs on Ghana Television (GTV)

As the "green revolution" continues, more and more efforts are being poured in to make people more conscious of the need for sustainability.

The latest of these in Ghana, I guess, is a television programme dubbed "Environment Channel" aimed at informing citizens of the several environmental issues in the country. Starting September 27, 2010, the programme will air every Monday night at 21:00GMT (09:00pm). 

According to the Daily Graphic newspaper, some of the issues to be addressed on the programme include Ghana's Plastic Waste Menace, Climate Change, City Farmers & Food Security, Electronic Waste Menace, Sanitation and Guide to recycling. Others include the Volta Monkeys, Ada Sea Turtles, Bats of 37 and Accra Traffic Blues.

The programme, which will also have a  "One-on-one with the Minister" section, is produced by Creative Storm and supported by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Wienco Agriculture, ddp, Ministry of Environment Science & Technology, and iKasa Ghana. 

I encourage all Ghanaians to patronize this all-important programme and do our best to help save our environment.

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