Michael Eduful


Contact Information

LA 2347
Mon - Wed 1 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.


PhD. (2018) Geography, Environmental Science & Policy, University of South Florida, FL.
Dissertation: Access to Safe Water Supply: Management of Catchment for the protection of Source Water in Ghana.

M.S. (2014) Geography, concentration in Community and Environmental Planning, The University of Montana, MT.

Areas of Expertise

Water Resources, Environmental Planning and Policy, Climate Change, Sustainable Development, Global and Urban Environment, Urban Planning and Governance, and International Development.

Africa and North America

Recent Publications

Eduful, M. & Shively, D. (2015). Perceptions of Urban Land Use and Degradation of Water Bodies in Kumasi, Ghana. Habitat International 50, 206-213.

Acheampong, M., Yu, Q., Enomah, L. D., Anchang, J., & Eduful, M. (2018). Land Use/Cover Change in Ghana’s Oil City: Assessing the impact of neoliberal economic policies and implications for sustainable development goal number one – A Remote Sensing and GIS approach. Land Use Policy, 73, 373-384.

Acheampong, M., Ejiofor, C., Salinas-Miranda, A., Jaward, F., & Eduful, M., & Yu, Q. (2018).
Bridging the Under-Five Mortality Gap for Africa in the Era of Sustainable Development Goals: An Ordinary Least Squares (OLS) Analysis. Annals of Global Health, 84 (1), 1-11.

Nkhoma, P., Bossman, M. M., & Eduful, M. (2019). Constituting Agricultural Food Security Policy in Malawi: Exploring the factors that have driven policy processes in the Farm Input Subsidy Programme. Journal of Asian and African Studies, 1-16; doi:10.1177/0021909618820357.

Eduful, M., Acheampong, M, & Nkhoma, P. (under review).Management of Catchment for the Protection of Source Water in the Densu River Basin, Ghana: Implications for coping
mechanisms in rural communities. International Journal of River Basin Management.

Acheampong, M., Yu, Q., Ebude, L., Tanim, S., Eduful, M., Vaziri, M., Ertem, F., & Ananga, E. (2019). Is Ghana Ready to Attain Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) Number 7? A
Comprehensive Assessment of its Renewable Energy Potentials and Pitfalls. Energies, 12, 408; doi:10.339/en12030408