Bernard Ekumah

Bernard Ekumah

Doctoral student

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Research Areas

Land use, geospatial modelling, ecosystem health, human-environment interaction


Current Research

My doctoral research focuses on examining the emergence and growth of smallholder farmers' organisations in Ghana and how they employ collective action in their engagement with government and private investors to safeguard the interest of smallholder farmers in large-scale land acquisitions (LSLA). It explores the complex ways in which smallholder farmers respond to the impacts of LSLA. The study also assesses the environmental and food security consequences of the (mal)adaptation strategies adopted by smallholder farmers in the face of LSLA. This doctoral research is part of a larger project “Mobilizing farmer organisations for sustainable agriculture in sub-Saharan Africa”.


Short Biography

Bernard Ekumah is a doctoral student at Lund University Centre for Sustainability Studies (LUCSUS). He holds a Master of Philosophy degree in Environmental Science from University of Cape Coast and Bachelor’s degree in Natural Resource Management from Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, both in Ghana. Bernard is interested in land use and the related complex issues that drive the rapidly changing landscape. Prior to joining LUCSUS, he worked on environmental and rural development projects particularly in the coastal areas in Ghana.


UKÄ subject classification

  • Environmental Sciences
  • Ecology
  • Remote Sensing
  • Social Sciences Interdisciplinary

Free keywords

  • Land use change
  • Environment
  • Ecosystem
  • Multivariate Analysis
  • Geospatial


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