Thesis area: Climate pollutants, population and environmental health nexus in sub-Saharan Africa
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Assessing the degree of hidden climate and health risks from indoor air pollution in emergent urban poor settlements.
Mr. Amoah is a Ph.D. candidate in Population Studies at the Regional Institute of Population Studies at the University of Ghana. He has over 8 years professional experience in climate change adaptation issues in vulnerable populations. His research focuses on climate pollutants and their implications for the environment and poor urban populations in Africa in general and in Ghana in particular.