‘WE NEED COLLECTIVE EFFORTS TO PRESERVE THE ENVIRONMENT’ – MINISTER
Minister’s Welcome Message
You are warmly welcome to MESTI’s web portal. I would like us to remind ourselves that the issue of environmental management is the responsibility of not only the State but individual citizens as well, as stated in the 1992 Constitution. Citizens are therefore mandated to contribute responsibly to the maintenance of our environment, so let’s help protect our environment. It is my earnest hope that, together, we will use Science, Technology and Innovation to turn the fortunes of our country.
The Ministry of Environment, Science, Technology and Innovation had its turn at the Ministry of Information’s Meet the Press series. This program was organised today, 10th April, 2018 at the MOI. The aim if this program is to create a platform for open interaction between the Press and the Government.
Prof Frimpong-Boateng honoured with the Pan African Award Accra, Feb. 22, GNA-Professor Kwabena Frimpong-Boateng, Minister of Environment Science, Technology and Innovation has been conferred with the Pan African Greatest Medical Scientist award by the Bureau of Research on Governance, Commerce, and Administration (BORGCA). A four-member delegation from the BORGCA, Thursday, presented the award trophy to […]
MESTI embraces innovative use of plastic waste Accra, Feb 5, GNA – The Ministry of Environment, Science, Technology and Innovation (MESTI) has embraced an innovation by NELPLAST Ghana Limited, local manufacturers of plastic products, which uses plastic waste to produce pavement blocks and other building materials. Professor Kwabena Frimpong-Boateng, the Minister of MESTI, at a […]
MESTI/GIZ holds forum on sustainable plastic waste management Professor Kwabena Frimpong-Boateng Accra, Jan. 31, GNA – Professor Kwabena Frimpong-Boateng, the Minister of Environment, Science, Technology and Innovation (MESTI) has advised Ghanaians to minimise their use of plastic products, and substitute them with degradable materials. He said since plastic was bio-non-degradable (do not decompose), they negatively […]