In response to Environmental Protection Agency of Ghana requirements, RPI conducted an Environmental Assessment (EA), Environmental Impact Statement (EIS), and geomorphological surveys for the project partners. Keta, located on the eastern margin of the Volta River Delta, is in the lee of a major shoreline protuberance called Cape St. Paul, which was created as the result of a major realignment of the delta front. Sediment moving along the shoreline from west to east is preferentially deposited on the cape causing a deficit in the vicinity of Keta, where the shoreline is retreating at rates of up to 8 m/year, a fact which has resulted in severe impacts to the local inhabitants. The EIS presents an evaluation, analysis, and prediction of the impacts of the KSDW project and mitigation recommendations.