Dr. (Mrs.) Akosua Baah Kwarteng Amaka-Otchere


Dept: Planning
Room 401
Department of Planning
Faculty of Built Environment
College of Art and Built Environment

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Research Areas/Interests

Urban and Regional Planning Energy, energy efficiency, and productive use of energy Environment - climate change/ variability and agricultural resilie...~more


    • Thiam, S., Aziz, F., Kushitor, S.B., Amaka-Otchere, A.B.K., Onyima, B.N., & Odume, O.N. (2021): Analyzing the contributions of transdisciplinary research to the global sustainability agenda in African cities. Sustain Sci 16, 1923–1944 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11625-021-01042-6





    • Thondhlana, G., Mubaya, C.P., McClure, A., Amaka-Otchere, A.B.K., Ruwanza, S. (2021): Facilitating Urban Sustainability through Transdisciplinary (TD) Research: Lessons from Ghana, South Africa, and Zimbabwehttps://doi.org/10.3390/su13116205


    • Amaka-Otchere, A.B.K. (2016): Energy Access and Rural Development in Ghana: Prospects for Decentralised Energy and Appropriate Technology Options. Vol 1, Issue 1: African Journal of Built Environment Research





    • Amissah-Arthur, H., Edjekumhene, E., and Amaka-Otchere, A.B.K. (2005): Energy Use, Energy Supply, Sector Reform And The Poor: The Case Of Ghana. KITE, Ghana, submitted to World Bank/ Energy Development Research Centre


    [Edjekumhene, I., Amaka-Otchere, A., and Amissah-Arthur, H. (2006): ‘Ghana: Sector Reform and the Pattern of the Poor – Energy Use and Supply’. ESMAP Technical Paper No. 097/06.  Washington: The International Bank for Reconstruction and Development/ The World Bank. http://hdl.handle.net/10986/17945

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