DECCMA links

  • DECCMA researcher Asis K Ghosh writing for the Down to Earth magazine and blog about climate change and other environmental threats.
    • Kolkata and Sundarbans: climate change rhetorics
      DECCMA is mentioned in the article
  • Drones on the delta
    In Ghana’s Volta River delta, the remotely-operated aerial vehicles are going where researchers can’t to help study coastal erosion, flooding and migration. Accompanying secondary school workbook. By Brian Owens on November 15, 2016
  • The Waves Will Take Us Away
    Climate change is destroying thousands of miles of West Africa’s coastline. It’s only a matter of time before it knocks out the region’s economy, too.
    Photographs by Matilde Gattoni, Feature in foreignpolicy.com, October 21, 2016
  • West Africa Is Being Swallowed by the Sea
    Encroaching waters off the coast of Togo, Ghana, Mauritania, and others are destroying homes, schools, fish, and a way of life.
    By Matteo Fagotto, Photography by Matilde Gattoni, Feature in foreignpolicy.com, October 21, 2016
  • Professor Munsur Rahman participates in a talk show on the politics of water use. He highlights DECCMA research on the Ganges-Brahmaputra-Meghna delta and the importance of international cooperation in transboundary river basins.