A life’ work washed away

A life’ work washed away

A story that discusses the impact of coastal erosion on fishing communities in Ghana and emphasizes the need for action to protect coastlines and those who live along them

Accra | Started on 15/08/2022 – Concluded on 26/11/2022

The story, which is in the form of a feature, highlights the scientific causes of coastal erosion, such as the melting of ice sheets and rising sea levels, and the role of major polluters in exacerbating the problem. The article also touches on the financial implications of coastal erosion, including the limited funding allocated by governments to protect coastlines and the inadequacy of global funds established to address the issue. Raising awareness about coastal erosion and its consequences, as well as the need for greater action and investment in protective measures.

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