Amoussa, Waliou Science, University of Benin - Benin Food Science  
Armah, Frederick Science, University of Cape Coast - Ghana Environmental Science Dr. Armah’s research interests include multivariate environmental statistics; global environmental change mitigation and adaptation; environmental policy; environmental pollution, human health risk assessment; and socio-ecological systems.
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Gaye, Amadou Science, Cheikh Anta Diop University – Senegal Laboratoire de Physique de l’Atmosphère et de l’Océan Siméon-Fongang  
Guri, Ben Centre for Indigenous Knowledge and Organizational Development, Ghana Centre for Indigenous Knowledge and Organizational Development  
Rhiney, Kevon Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey Department of Geography Dr. Rhieny’s research is situated at the nexus of critical development studies, political ecology, science and technology studies and postcolonial thought. A key focus of this research to date has been to explore the development and justice implications of global change for coupled human and natural systems in the Caribbean, including the ability of these systems to withstand or adjust to these changes in an ever-changing, interconnected and increasingly complex world.
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