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Focal Point (Ghana) ClimateScience

Josh is a graduate renewable energy engineer from the University of Energy and Natural Resources, Sunyani-Ghana. He occupies a role as the Focal point for Ghana at ClimateScience as well as a...

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  • May 12, 2021

We have no planet B. It is however imperative that by virtue of our position on planet earth, living sustainably in the environment is critical towards actualising the Climate Ambition.

Technologies alone can't solve the climate crisis. We must play our significant roles as citizens of the earth.

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Matt Chester on May 12, 2021

Great points, Josh. And while your individual decision to take the bus instead of drive or incorporate efficient appliances in your home may be a mere drop in the bucket, I've found the more you do those and normalize them and (most importantly) talk about these actions, the more you'll open up conversations with those around you that have a long ripple impact. They may be more likely to embrace such decisions, eventually get involved in climate activism, consider clean energy issues in how they vote, and more. It's all about knocking down those dominoes!

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Josh Dotse on May 12, 2021

I couldn't agree more Sir.

Adopting new habits undeniably take some of level resilience, patience and consistency. I am glad this resonates with you. 

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