Ghana

Supporting people and forests in Ghana

Supporting people and forests in Ghana

Supporting people and forests in Ghana

  • Woman pouring sand looking for gold

    Better laws can help stop illegal forest conversion in Ghana – report

    ClientEarth has reviewed the current laws and regulations that govern forest conversion in Ghana and found that major problems like illegal deforestation and community land rights’ violations stem from laws that are not fit for purpose.

  • Hands holding a raw cocoa fruit split in half

    The laws that govern forest conversion in Ghana

    ClientEarth has produced a law database of the central policies, laws and regulations that govern forest conversion in Ghana.

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    Introduction to our work in Ghana

    Since 2012, ClientEarth has been supporting civil society through providing legal support and training to the stakeholders involved in reform processes in the forest sector.

  • The race for rosewood in China – and its toll on West Africa’s forests

    How China’s demand for rosewood is presenting problems for West African ecosystems.

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    Ghana team

  • Clement Akapame

  • Bernard Obeng Boateng

  • Caroline Haywood

  • Nana Tawiah Okyir

  • Yulia Stange

  • Jozef Weyns

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