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The Economic & Social Impact of Climate Change on Ghana.

I want to document the economic and social effects of climate change on Ghana starting with the coastal people and moving a inland.

The Economic & Social Impact of Climate Change on Ghana.

I want to document the economic and social effects of climate change on Ghana starting with the coastal people and moving a inland.

$1,201
pledged of $4,000pledged of $4,000 goal
20
backers
Funding Unsuccessful
The project's funding goal was not reached on Mon, July 2 2012 9:26 PM UTC +00:00
Last updated July 2, 2012
 

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    A training module will be tool used to illustrate the complex challenges that climate change poses to the achievement goals.

    ---- The module can be used in a variety of ways such as a tool for development training, university level or secondary education classrooms, or website media as a tool for awareness.

    ----The basic version of the module will consist of 15-20 slides. The module can be custom tailored to fit individual needs i.e. powerpoint presentation with customized templates or flash slideshow. The presentation would also have the option to include audio clips from field interviews with the people who are experiencing the challenges that climate change create.

    ----The training module will be developed with the support of with Dr. Edward Carr. (Copy and paste link more info.)

    WEBSITE ----http://www.edwardrcarr.com ---- (Copy and paste link for blog)
    BLOG ----http://www.edwardrcarr.com/opentheechochamber/2012/06/27/putting-my-expertise-where-my-mouth-is/

    ----Dr. Carr is a tenured associate professor in Geography at South Carolina, a review editor for the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, a lead author of two global environmental assessments, and someone who has worked on the donor side of development

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