Paul Amoateng
Paul Amoateng
Institute for Land, Water and Society, School of Environmental Sciences, Charles Sturt University
Verified email at csu.edu.au
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Africa’s urbanisation: Implications for sustainable development
PB Cobbinah, MO Erdiaw-Kwasie, P Amoateng
Cities 47, 62-72, 2015
1762015
Rethinking sustainable development within the framework of poverty and urbanisation in developing countries
PB Cobbinah, MO Erdiaw-Kwasie, P Amoateng
Environmental Development 13, 18-32, 2015
1242015
Managing physical development in peri-urban areas of Kumasi, Ghana: A case of Abuakwa
P Amoateng, PB Cobbinah, K Owusu-Adade
Journal of Urban and Environmental Engineering 7 (1), 96-109, 2013
612013
Biodiversity conservation and livelihoods in rural Ghana: Impacts and coping strategies
PB Cobbinah, R Black, R Thwaites
Environmental Development 15, 79-93, 2015
372015
China's new environmental protection law: A game changer?
L Zhang, G He, APJ Mol
Environmental Development 13, 1-3, 2015
19*2015
A multi-faceted analysis of annual flood incidences in Kumasi, Ghana
P Amoateng, CM Finlayson, J Howard, B Wilson
International journal of disaster risk reduction 27, 105-117, 2018
132018
Towards creation of sustainable enclaves for small and medium-size enterprises in Kumasi, Ghana
P Amoateng, PB Cobbinah, K Ofori-Kumah
International Journal of Social, Human Science and Engineering 8 (1), 333-341, 2014
52014
Dwindling rivers and floodplains in Kumasi, Ghana: A socio-spatial analysis of the extent and trend
P Amoateng, CM Finlayson, J Howard, B Wilson
Applied Geography 90, 82-95, 2018
32018
The changing spatial extent of rivers and floodplains and its implications for flooding: The case of Kumasi, Ghana
P Amoateng
Charles Sturt University, 2016
12016
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