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Mr. Michael Dabi has an extensive decade-long tenure as a Lecturer and Research Fellow in Environmental Science at the Evangelical Presbyterian University College, Ho. His professional trajectory is deeply rooted in his commitment to identifying and mitigating environmental contaminants that jeopardize human and ecological health. As an academic, he has contributed significantly to research domains, including the environmental impacts of oil and gas exploration, the deleterious effects of mining on biota, and the impacts of climate change on coastal and forest ecosystems. Currently, as a third-year Ph.D. candidate at the Institute for Environment and Sanitation Studies, University of Ghana, Mr. Dabi’s research pivots towards flood risk mitigation and adaptation, capitalizing on advanced methodologies such as remote sensing and nature-based interventions. His expertise also spans data science and analytics, Python programming, machine learning, and technical documentation, fortifying his position as a luminary in the pursuit of a sustainable environmental future.