The Daily Graphic joins the UN to declare Climate Change as a defining issue. It emphasizes the need for all to commit to immediate climate actions. The paper suggests the adoption of a proactive and targeted approach to climate change impacts as they happen. The Graphic believes that effective partnerships and adequate resources are critical to support a healthy environment. It, therefore, reminds the public of their key roles to help minimise the negative effects of climate change.
The Ghanaian Times writes on the GFA election and the challenges the Association faced in the past year, that culminated in the election of a new President. The paper sees the successful election as the end of the problems, struggles and hardship of the Association. The Times asks the president-elect and his governing body to unite the football fraternity and get the nation behind them again as well as leading it back to where it belongs in the game of football.