Minister of employment and labour relations Hon Ignatius Baafour Awuah has said it is critical for Ghanaians to become abreast of happenings in climatic change, associated policy and measures, so that we will be well informed about implications with some of the choices we made particularly with the environment and labour matters
According to him,in recent times we we have seen the negative impact of global warming and climate change become obvious for all of us the state of extreme weather conditions such as floods,heat waves, change of weather patterns, heavy downpour among others
It is in line with that government is putting in place measures to curb emanation since in Ghana the situation is even worse due to illness mining
He has therefore urged stakeholders to complement government efforts to create new opportunities to be environmentally sustainable economy.Hon Baafour Awuah made this remarks in a speech read on his behalf by Mrs Gloria Borteyle Noi director ministry of employment and labour relations during sensitisation and awareness creation of the national green job strategy in Sekondi Takoradi.
Western regional minister Kwabena Okyere Darko Mensah whose speech was read by Frederick Agyemang director Western regional coordinating Council stressed our actions today will shape the life’s of future generations and urged Ghanaians to embrace the Ghana green job strategy to create prosperous for all.
Speaking to Appiah Danquah Rok fm, Mr Ernest Berko Deputy director policy planning monitoring and evaluation ministry of employment and labour relations and national coordinator national green job strategy explained the rationale behind the projects and urged Ghanaians to take climatic issues seriously since it has implications
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