Dr. Edward Kweku Nunoo is an expert in environmental management (major in socio-economics aspects) and climate change; and a policy analyst who hails from Komenda in the Central Region of Ghana. Dr. Nunoo currently lectures in research methods, resource evaluation and management, integrated water resource management, land-use policy & analysis and environmental auditing at Central University of Ghana.
He has a PhD in Environmental Science (Sustainable forest management) and MSc in Environmental and Resource management (Environmental management systems) from the Brandenburg University of Technology (BTU) in Germany. He also holds a Certificate in Hydro-Europe (Water resources management) from BTU and Nice University France as well as BA and Diploma from the University of Cape Coast. This has given him a seasoned blend of African-European professional experience.
Prior to lecturing, Dr Nunoo worked for six years on projects with Brandenburg University of Technology as an Environmental and Climate change expert (socio-economic). Some of his projects include: Prospects of avoided deforestation as a post Kyoto Instrument in mitigating climate change; River basin flood assessment (Vaar Rice- France) and Sustainable forest management in high forest zone of Ghana.
Edward K. Nunoo has a plethora of research works and interests in sustainable forest management, climate change mitigation strategies, land-use policy & analysis, environmental impact assessments, environmental management systems, sustainable tourism and river basin management.