Away from the sun in Accra

Away from the sun in Accra

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A woman walks in front of a building with an umbrella, covering her child and herself from the sun.

This image represents the challenge of rising temperatures being experienced in Accra Ghana. As the centre for economic activities, Accra, the capital of Ghana, is affected by the heat island effect. As the city is growing in infrastructure, it is holding heat in giant buildings and roads made of concrete. In addition to this is the scorching sun, causing an increase in temperatures being felt in the city.

But Accra is is also employing innovative ways to regular temperatures. This is one of the few recently-built residential buildings with greenery, which improve wellbeing and help mitiage rising temperatures.

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