Africa is very rich when it comes to its natural beauty, the ups and downs of a free flowing valley, the tender and delight of the natural rain forests and tropical centers accumulated with diverse wildlife.
Africans do have strong traditional affiliations with the nature. The famous paga pond of Nile crocodiles in the remotest of suburbs of Ghana is where hundreds flock in to mesmerize their thoughts and emotions.
The crop season and the related festivals, the Yam crop festival, gather the attention of hundreds of spectators from all over the globe.
Ghana and the rest of Africa share common cultural tendencies and the love of nature and the respect for the natural resources is very much a common entity binding AFRICANS with strong cultural notions.
OZONE DEPLETION is a human-induced calamity which is resulting in the disintegration of the natural flow of events. The poisonous Hydrocarbons are paving their way into the atmospheres and are eating away the precious natural protection against UV rays that is the OZONE LAYER.
GHANA is very much dependant on its Agriculture for its economy, the former GOLD COAST has plenty of natural reservoirs of precious metals along with GOLD.
Water shortages are a direct threat to GREEN INTEGRATION of this very versatile and precious GHANA. Water shortage can entail and entangle natural and prosperous GHANAIAN WILD AND NATURAL RESOURCES. Global warming has varied the rainfall patterns and GHANA is so heavily dependent of natural rain water for its agricultural yields.
The chemicals arising from the shores of developed countries are dispersing throughout the dimensions of the atmospheres and are resulting in natural calamities, floods, drought, famine and multiple catastrophes.
Africa is most vulnerable the consequences of natural hazards along with natural resource depletion and water shortages.
Ghanaian authorities need to take into consideration the negative effects of environmental degradation on the weather patterns of Ghana and make the rest of the world familiarize with the hazards associated due to unchecked carbon emissions from the rest of the world, especially the developed nations.
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