Benjamin Betey Campion
Benjamin Betey Campion
Faculty of Renewable Natural Resources, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology
Verified email at knust.edu.gh - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
The effects of biofuel feedstock production on farmers’ livelihoods in Ghana: The case of Jatropha curcas
E Acheampong, BB Campion
Sustainability 6 (7), 4587-4607, 2014
502014
The chieftaincy institution in Ghana: causers and arbitrators of conflicts in industrial Jatropha investments
BB Campion, E Acheampong
Sustainability 6 (9), 6332-6350, 2014
352014
Biofuel development in Ghana: policies of expansion and drivers of failure in the jatropha sector
A Ahmed, BB Campion, A Gasparatos
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 70, 133-149, 2017
312017
Environmental impact assessment and sustainable development in Africa: a critical review
CB Betey, G Essel
Environment and Natural Resources Research, 2013
222013
Rainfall variability, floods and adaptations of the urban poor to flooding in Kumasi, Ghana
BB Campion, JF Venzke
Natural hazards 65 (3), 1895-1911, 2013
222013
Rainfall and temperature changes and variability in the Upper East Region of Ghana
AR Issahaku, BB Campion, R Edziyie
Earth and Space Science 3 (8), 284-294, 2016
172016
Tree and trait diversity, species coexistence, and diversity-functional relations of green spaces in Kumasi, Ghana
BF Nero, BB Campion, N Agbo, D Callo-Concha, M Denich
Procedia engineering 198, 99-115, 2017
102017
Spatial patterns and determinants of wetland vegetation distribution in the Kumasi Metropolis, Ghana
BB Campion, JF Venzke
Wetlands ecology and management 19 (5), 423, 2011
102011
The political ecology of wetlands in Kumasi, Ghana
BB Campion, G Owusu-Boateng
International Journal of Environment and Bioenergy, 2013
92013
Socio-economic impact of biofuel feedstock production on local livelihoods in Ghana
E Acheampong, BB Campion
Ghana Journal of Geography 5 (1), 1-16, 2013
82013
Urban wetland ecology and floods in Kumasi, Ghana
BB Campion
Staats-und Universitätsbibliothek Bremen, 2012
8*2012
Dietary supplementation of yeast (Saccharomyces cerevisiae) improves growth, stress tolerance, and disease resistance in juvenile Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus)
DA Abass, KA Obirikorang, BB Campion, RE Edziyie, PV Skov
Aquaculture International 26 (3), 843-855, 2018
52018
The chieftaincy institution in Ghana. Causer and arbitrators of conflicts in industrial Jatropha investments. Sustainability 6 (9), 6332e6350
BB Campion, E Acheampong
52014
The effects of biofuel feedstock production on farmers’ livelihoods in Ghana: the case of jatropha curcas. Sustainability 6, 4587–4607
E Acheampong, B Campion
52014
Assessing the socio-economic implications of industrial biofuel plantations: Repercussions of Jatropha curcas on rural land use alienation and conflict escalation in Ghana
R Antwi-Bediako, E Acheampong, BB Campion, S Eworyi, J Timko, ...
Report submitted to the Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research (NWO), 2012
52012
Natural resources conflicts and the biofuel industry: implications and proposals for Ghana
BB Campion, G Essel, E Acheampong
Ghana Journal of Geography 4 (1), 42-64, 2012
52012
Housing tenure, residential moves and children’s educational performance in Accra, Ghana
C Mahama, B Campion
Journal of Science and Technology (Ghana) 31 (1), 2011
52011
Catch per unit effort (CPUE) and water level variations in the lower reaches of the White Volta River (Yapei), Ghana
SM Abobi, W Ekau, M Wolff, J Blay, BB Campion
African Journal of Agricultural Research, 2013
42013
Towards a classification of the drivers of jatropha collapse in Ghana elicited from the perceptions of multiple stakeholders
A Ahmed, BB Campion, A Gasparatos
Sustainability Science 14 (2), 315-339, 2019
32019
Land dispossessions and water appropriations: Political ecology of land and water grabs in Ghana
EA Adams, ED Kuusaana, A Ahmed, BB Campion
Land Use Policy 87, 104068, 2019
12019
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