Director's Welcome

Introducing the Centre for Climate Change and Sustainability Studies
 

The Centre for Climate Change and Sustainability Studies (C3SS) at the University of Ghana, under the College of Basic and Applied Science has gradually become a key research  and learning hub in Ghana and across the African sub-region.

C3SS boasts of a multidisciplinary faculty dedicated to teaching and research, who are committed to training and capacity-building in climate change and sustainable development. Our core research area explore climate change issues in: 
Economics, Biodiversity, Health, Food Security, Sustainable Resource Management (including Water Resource Management), Green Economy, Environment and Renewable Energy. 
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Our Research


C3SS works towards organizing and promoting interdisciplinary research on the climate change and sustainability (nature, causes and impact of environmental change) and to contribute to the development of sustainable and resilience strategies for coping... Read more

A defining component of our programmes is our dedication and commitment to experiential and participatory learning processes. We combine theoretical classroom-based learning with field-based learning experiences that facilitate students’ abilities to... Read more

Our programmes are designed to meet students’ strengths and interests while giving the best learning experiences to inform specialization desires. The diversity of interdisciplinary courses ultimately equips students to know, understand and acquire the... Read more

News & Upcoming Events


C3SS held its second climate change and sustainability literacy interaction with students and staff of Association International School (AIS), Airport, Accra on Friday, 22nd November 2019. 

Seven complete Canadian Queen Elizabeth II Scholarships (QES) Exchange Programme at Carlton University,Canada.

Ghana together with the United Nations and collaborating partners hosted the 2019 workshop from 18th to 22nd March in Accra. The theme for this year’s event was “Climate Action in Africa: Navigating Change and Exploring Opportunities”.