Dr Abubakari Ahmed
Dr. Abubakari Ahmed is a lecturer at the Department of Planning of the University for Development Studies (UDS), Ghana. Prior to joining UDS, he was a postdoc at the University of Trier in Germany and a recipient of a Humboldt Research Fellowship. His research focuses on sustainability assessment renewable energy options by examining the social, economic, and environmental impacts of various rural feedstock systems used in biofuel production. In climapAfrica, his research seeks to understand how collapsed biofuel projects have rather reinforced poverty, land degradation, and multiple ecological consequences, thereby serving as an inducer of climate change and a barrier to sustainable livelihood in rural areas of Ghana.

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Dr Abubakari Ahmed
Dr. Abubakari Ahmed is a lecturer at the Department of Planning of the University for Development Studies (UDS), Ghana. Prior to joining UDS, he was a postdoc at the University of Trier in Germany and a recipient of a Humboldt Research Fellowship. His research focuses on sustainability assessment renewable energy options by examining the social, economic, and environmental impacts of various rural feedstock systems used in biofuel production. In climapAfrica, his research seeks to understand how collapsed biofuel projects have rather reinforced poverty, land degradation, and multiple ecological consequences, thereby serving as an inducer of climate change and a barrier to sustainable livelihood in rural areas of Ghana.