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Published by: THINK The Innovation Knowledge Foundation on Oct 03, 2012
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Information and communicationtechnologies (ICTs) and climatechange adaptation and mitigation:
The case of Ghana
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This report was prepared by Angelica Valeria Ospina (University of Manchester), Cristina Bueti (ITU), KeithDickerson and David Faulkner (Climate Associates) with support from Vivienne Caisey and Stephen Young(ICT and Climate Change) and José Maria Diaz Batanero, Robert Narvaez, Julia Normand and GemmaNewbery (ITU).The authors wish to thank Issah Yahaya (Ministry of Communications, Ghana), Joshua Peprah (NationalCommunications Authority, Ghana), Helen Asiamah (Environmental Protection Agency, Ghana), RichardHeeks (University of Manchester), Jose Maria Diaz Batanero, Esperanza Magpantay, Robert Narvaez, JuliaNormand, Susanne Teltscher, Erica Campilongo and Gemma Colman (ITU).Special thanks go to William Kojo Agyemang-Bonsu, Kevin Grose and Charles Shawcross (UNFCCC).Additional information and materials relating to this report can be found at:www.itu.int/itu-t/climatechange.If you would like to provide any additional information, please contact Cristina Bueti at tsbsg5@itu.int.
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Although this report is based on the experiences and progress being achieved by Ghana, many of theprinciples and suggested actions could be applied to other countries, especially developing countries, tohelp them to better adapt to the effects of climate change through using ICTs.Third-party sources are quoted as appropriate. The International Telecommunication Union (ITU) andcontributory organizations are not responsible for the content of external sources including externalwebsites referenced in this publication.
The views expressed in this publication are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the ITU and contributory organizations.Mention of and references to specific countries, companies, products, initiatives or guidelines do not in anyway imply that they are endorsed or recommended by ITU, the authors, or any other organization that theauthors are affiliated with, in preference to others of a similar nature that are not mentioned.Requests to reproduce extracts of this publication may be submitted to: jur@itu.int © ITU 2012All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, by any means whatsoever, without theprior written permission of ITU.
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