Kwasi is an Adjunct Lecturer in the School of Medical and Health Sciences.
My research interests are in climate change adapatation and mitigation for sustainable development, climate change and environmental health, and heat stress vulnerability in the developing world. Perhaps foremost, I've examined heat vulnerability and climate change on farmers in Africa region with special emphasis on Ghana using mixed methodology (qualitative, quantitative and heat stress measuring equipment) to identify heat perception, adapataion and barriers of heat exposure in the context of climate change and projections of future vulnerability. I am also interested in all other aspects of applied climatology, including climate and sustainable development, climate and mining, climate and health of farm workers. All in all I am interested in promoting sustainable development through advancing population health and ensuring climate change adaptaion and mitigation.
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