Latest news from Quarry Life Award
Alternative livelihood key to enriching Biodiversity -Masen Analyzes
As a way forward to enriching the biodiversity around a quarry, mining companies could initiate and facilitate in the communities, alternative livelihoods that do not depend on the heavy extraction of biological resources in the area, Masen Koranteng, a participant in the ongoing Ghacem Quarry Life Award (QLA) Competition has analysed. Read more
Innovation, key for a good research-QLA Jury
A member of the international jury of the ongoing Quarry Life Award (QLA) competition, Dr. Erasmus Owusu, has urged participants in the 3rd edition of the competition to be very innovative to place at the International level. Read more
International Jury visits well underway
With the research period at the halfway point, the International Jury are beginning to visit all the projects in order to select those deserving international prizes. Read more
Time with Stakeholders- Michael Owusu-Tweneboah shows the way!
Stakeholder engagement in the Quarrylife Award has a “multiplier effect.” Read more
From QLA project to international journal publication!
In March 2016, the project team from the Czech Republic who won the national and international first prizes at the very first Quarry Life Award in 2012, published an academic paper which was inspired by the work they did for the competition. Read more