Dr. Dickson Adom holds a first class BA, Master of philosophy and PhD degrees from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology in Ghana. He is a senior researcher in the Department of Educational Innovations in Science and Technology and he has more than 40 papers in the field of biodiversity conservation, general agriculture, agricultural anthropology, nature conservation, environmental policy, assessment and evaluation, TEK in environmental management, local people’s participation in agricultural issues and reviewed more than 72 research papers.
Dr. Dickson Adom is a hardworking researcher in Biodiversity Conservation and Environmental Studies. He is an expert in the use of Traditional Knowledge Systems and cultural anthropology issues in enhancing the conservation of the environment and its rich biological diversities. Also, he undertakes studies in Rural Community Participation in Environmental Development Schemes, International Conventions related to Biodiversity Conservation, Protected Areas and Ecosystem Management through Community Involvement Approaches and Strategies, Agricultural Anthropology, NFTPs in Biodiversity Management in Forest-Fringe Communities, Development of Biodiversity Conservation Strategies, Ecotourism Development, Cultural Practices in Biodiversity Management and other areas in this field